To keep a long story short, I have settled with DockbarX(Applet 0.91.4), as my main dock like application, now, what I am wondering is, how do I add folders to it?

Applications works fine, but I have folders with files in them, and I want to be able to click the folder on DockbarX, and select which file I want to run from it!

Example of what I an looking for

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  • Are you sure this is possible with DockbarX? – David Oct 13 '15 at 20:44
  • I have seen other Linux dock like applications do this. I have selected DockbarX, because it's highly tweak-able, and it does what I want it to. Except this folder thing. – blade19899 Oct 13 '15 at 20:47
  • Have you attempted to do any research on how to do it with other bars? I'd think the steps would be similar – David Oct 13 '15 at 20:49
  • @DavidCole Cairo-Dock does this automatically, but, configuring it is a terrible job. The entire interface screams noise. Can't find my way in it. Plus, have to disable allot of crap, I don't want, which I have to find first where I can disable them. Dockbarx, was setup in minutes. So choose DBX. Only thing now is the Folder supports. Then I'm done. – blade19899 Oct 13 '15 at 20:54

Go to usr/share/applications/ and drag&drop computer icon on dockbarx. It works on my Linux Mint 17.2 MATE 64.

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