Gnome-Window-Applets is a Gnome panel applets that substitute maximized window title and buttons.Window Title and Window Buttons are essentially controls for windows that are placed on the Panel instead of a window. By default they only control maximized windows, but can be configured to control any focused window.
I normally enjoy using Gnome 3 and gnome-shell in Fedora 16. However, I would like to temporarily run a non-compositing window manager such as metacity so that some wine games can have full control of the display.
Hi there. I use Ubuntu 11.10 32-bit, first off. Second of all, I use a Dell Inspiron 1720 laptop. My issue is this: I installed Ubuntu, noticed that the volume buttons on my laptop worked fine, and now that I switch over to awesome window manager I notice that the volume buttons no longer work.
Window List is a Gnome Panel applet - the default way to view the list of all windows that are currently running in Gnome. Here is a package which will modify this and will add a behavior similar to the Google Chrome "Pin Tab" feature (which is also available as an extension for Firefox by the way ...
12.10's GNOME fallback session has overwritten my changes to the window min/max/close buttons (putting them back to the left Mac-style) and this time it doesn't seem to be a Metacity key (the key it still there in Metacity).
I would like my window buttons to be elementary like with the close button on the left and maximise on the right with no minimise button. Gnome Tweak Tool seems to only allow me to move all buttons, not individual buttons. How can I achieve this? Thanks
i have the following problem and i primarily want to have a way how to analyse this.
My problem is that somehow Ubuntu keeps locking me in a certain window/editor. i can then
not switch to another one using the mouse or Keyboard. I can however close the window,
giving the focus to another window.