What Is Plank?
Plank is meant to be the simplest dock on the planet. The goal is to provide just what a dock needs and absolutely nothing more. It is, however, a library which can be extended to create other dock programs with more advanced features.
Thus, Plank is the underlying technology for Docky (starting in version 3.0.0) and aims to provide all the core features while Docky extends it to add fancier things like Docklets, painters, settings dialogs, etc.
(Codenames for releases are currently based on the characters of "Ed, Edd n Eddy".)
You can report bugs here: https:/
Please try and avoid making duplicate bugs - search for existing bugs before reporting a new bug!
You also might want to jump on our IRC channel (see below)
Where Can I Get Help?
How Can I Get Involved?
libplank API documentation -- http://
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1487480: icon shadows are half-size on HiDPI
Reported on 2015-08-21
Bug #1484277: Does not prefer icons in ~/.local/share/icons
Reported on 2015-08-12
Bug #1479973: Both icon AND backdrop bounce instead of icon only
Reported on 2015-07-30
Bug #1478046: Dock doesn't recognize mouse-cursor leaving and doesn't hide
Reported on 2015-07-24
Bug #1475391: Broken in last update under Mint 17.2 Cinnamon
Reported on 2015-07-16
All questions Latest questions
Starting plank on a specific monitor... broken in 0.9.0? Or just in Ubuntu 15...
Posted on 2015-08-25
Plank Backround color
Posted on 2015-07-21
Posted on 2015-07-17
Change settings after delete plank icon
Posted on 2015-06-21
Need some clarification for translations
Posted on 2015-06-19