i'm using kde with F12 and since this morning all of the window controls have dissapeared. i'm more familiar with gnome and can't seem to find the settings for this. i'm attaching a screenshot.
on 02/17/2010 – Made popular on 02/17/2010
Running 12.04. Downloaded Ubuntu tweak and set window controls to the right side. Only some programs follow the rule. Pidgin as an example has window controls on the right. But Chrome, Thunderbird, Geany, still have controls on the left.
How can I move ALL window controls(close/min/max) to the right?
try to switch from windows to lucid lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) where they might feel this problem. Yes, in Lucid Lynx the close, minimize, maximize buttons appears in the left side by default after you upgraded or newly installed ubuntu 10.04. Generally Mac OS users are pretty much familiar with this type of window control method and access.
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.
After updating from Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10 the window controls(min, max, close) have started appearing on the right side when the window is not maximized, they again come on the left side when the window is maximized. I tried changing it using Ubuntu Tweak, but with no effect.
Hi, I have removed various rhythmbox directorys as superuser to make rhythmbox detect my artbox correctly, but what I have done is not fix the problem but spoil the menu bars of the interface (window menu, play/pause/forward/next controls)
I remember one of the directorys was /usr/share/rhythmbox
How can I recover rhythmbox?
I have tried with apt-get remove --purge rhythmbox
Hey everyone!I recently installed CentOS 6 and I am very satisfied with it. However I urgently need to change the Setting that controls which key is used to move any window (default = alt key... [by juls_]
This is the oddest thing I've ever seen. When I take a screenshot of a window or my desktop, I instead receive an older copy of the window or screenshot. What I mean, is that once I take a screenshot using gnome screenshot tool, I will forever get that screenshot when I try and take another. I'm running with the open drivers, under and amd/ati card.