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Dock for GNOME Shell 40+. Does use native GNOME Shell Dash. Very light extension. Hover the bottom of your screen and GNOME Shell dash will appear without overview and will hide when you leave the dash. Native GNOME Shell click behavior is modified: minimize if one window is open, overview if many windows are open. Scroll on the dock to change workspace. Some preferences in UI (thanks @rastersoft). I'm not notified of messages here, please report bugs only through GitHub.

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fthx posted a review
For indentation, that's quite odd since I never use spaces. But this one seems ok? Tell me (I do use Visual Studio Code snap).
JustPerfection posted a review
1. Ctrl + , 2. Search for tab. 3. Set tab size to `4`. 4. Make sure `Editor: Insert Spaces` is checked. 5. Remove all indentations from your code and indent them again. Also, use ESLINT to make sure these syntax errors not happening.
fthx posted a review
Thanks for the tip. Unfortunately eslint --initi command fails with error. So I did use a simple "convert tabs to spaces" that I hope will be ok in upcoming v7.