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So whenever an application is used, plank will change it's background to highlight it. Is there a way i can disable that? For an example when i start firefox there is that orange "shadow" behind it.

  • Can you send a screenshot to show what you mean? – Eric G Sep 13 '17 at 11:00
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There appears to be no way to change the icon highlighting from within the Plank Settings or the dock.theme file itself. This could be something that is hard-coded and unchangeable.

But I would recommend copying one of the theme folders and playing around with the configuration in the dock.theme file.

You should be able to find your themes here... ~/.local/share/plank/themes or in your /usr/share/plank/themes directory.

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You can hide it when it's covered by any window in the settings.

Settings -> Desktop -> Plank -> "Hide when..."

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