Show the Linux applications folder in the Dock

Discussion in 'Linux Virtual Machine' started by Sven G, May 21, 2023.

  1. Sven G

    Sven G Member

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    This option only seems to work with GNOME-based Linux distros: for example, it works with Ubuntu and Ubuntu Unity, but doesn't work with Ubuntu Studio, which is KDE-based (no apps folder is shown in the Dock, even if the Parallels Tools are correctly installed). So, is this a bug, or a "feature" (rather, a limitation, in this case)...?
     
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  2. Sven G

    Sven G Member

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    BTW, doesn't work with Cinnamon (Ubuntu, Mint), either: so, it's evidently an incomplete feature; and that's probably why it's disabled by default...
     
  3. Sven G

    Sven G Member

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    BTW, nothing has changed in Parallels Desktop 19: showing Linux app folders in the Dock still only works with GNOME; but not with KDE, Cinnamon, etc.: quite disappointing...
     

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