Ah.. Is that something like Katapult for KDE... KDE is way better than Gnomee btw.(Don't mind: I am a fluxboxer)
Yes, it's like Katapult, or Quicksilver on OS X.I've tried these sorts of things before but for whatever reason I could never get used to them. But Do works for me. :-)I know KDE is better, but I guess I just like my apps to be consistent, easy-to-use, and not too bloated. So I stick with GNOME. :-PYay flames!
Like all apps, there's cross over. Gnome Do has some nice features for KDE users. There's a visual mode specifically for them. http://blog.davebsd.com/2008/03/16/gnome-do-04/It's a bit more though since there are a nice round up of plugins. I love the ones for pastebin, google maps, tomboy. There's even a guy working on one for Google calendar and such. Check out the official list with screenshots/examples here:https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GnomeDo/PluginsSo we like to think we've got a few advantages on our side.
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