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Old 10-17-2009, 05:11 AM   #1
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LXer: Cairo-Dock 2.1.0 Released, OpenGL Mode Now Works With The Latest OpenSource ATI


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When Cairo Dock v2.0 was out, it instantly became my favourite dock for Linux. Unfortunately, some Intel and ATI graphic card users were not able to run it in OpenGL mode (which is what's amazing about Cairo Dock). If you were among them, this is going to be great news for you: Cairo Dock in OpenGL mode now works with the very latest OpenSource drivers for ATI and Intel video card.

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