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How do I move the window buttons of Google Chrome to left? [duplicate]

I updated Ubuntu 12.10 to 13.04 using Gnome Shell 3.6. After the update, the window buttons from e.g. Google Chrome are displayed on the right side (close, minimize, maximize). In 12.10, I believe I ...
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My ubuntu theme GNOME shell is broken?

Hello fellow Ubuntu users, I've ran in to a problem. I'm sorry if I'm not using the right therms, but it seems that the shell of my ubuntu is broken, I've lost the 3 graphic ways of (windows-buttons) ...
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How do I move the close and maximise buttons in gnome shell?

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, ...
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9answers
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How do I add minimize / maximize buttons to GNOME shell windows?

Just installed Ubuntu 12.04, then I did sudo apt-get install gnome-shell and windows have only a close button, how can I enable minimize / maximize? The old gconf-editor doesn't seem to work cause ...
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2answers
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Only close button shows up in Google Chrome in GNOME Shell

After I installed the GNOME shell in Ubuntu, I decided that I didn't like having the "Close/Minimize/Maximize" buttons on the right, so I switched them over to the left using gconftool-2 --set ...
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How do I get the minimize, maximize and close buttons to the left in GNOME Shell? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to switch window controls to the left? When I try to move them to the left the minimize and the maximize buttons disappear and the only the close button moves to the ...
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1answer
283 views

How to get a “Maximize” button in every window in GNOME Fallback

Just installed Ubuntu 11.10 (AMD64), and immediately switched back to GNOME with GNOME Fallback. I'm searching for a feature which provided a "maximise" button in every window, even ones which should ...
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0answers
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How can I get the buttons back on the left side in GNOME? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to switch window controls to the left? I installed Ubuntu 11.10 along with Gnome 3.2. Under Gnome 3.2, the window buttons for closing, minimizing and restoring are ...
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How can I move Chrome's buttons to the right in Gnome3's Shell

I switched from Unity to Gnome Shell in Ubuntu. Now Chrome has the buttons on the left side, but I want them on the right. How can I fix this without switching to the system titlebar? I also tried ...
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1answer
423 views

Gnome Shell close, etc. buttons look

I switched to Gnome Shell and edited gconf settings desktop>gnome>shell>windows button_layout=:minimize,maximize,close The buttons are there, but they don't use the Gnome Shell theme anymore, but ...
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Move gnome shell window close button to left [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Switch gnome shell buttons to the left To be clear I'm not talking about the windows controls, but the little x button that shows up when your in the "expose" windows ...
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1answer
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Align window buttons to the right in GNOME fallback mode?

There have been many a question on how to do it with gconf-editor in < 11.10, but how can I align the window buttons (close, minimize and maximize) to the right in Ubuntu 11.10? Please close if ...
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4answers
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How do I force Chromium's window buttons to the right side when in GNOME?

I prefer Gnome Shell as a DE. The migration from Unity to Gnome Shell in 11.10 is flawless but there is an annoying bug with Chromium. The buttons on Chromium stay on the left side where Gnome Shell ...
3
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2answers
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Change color of window buttons

Is it possible to change the window button color of the close, minimise and maximise buttons of the Ambience theme from orange to an user defined color? I tried to find anything relavant in the gtkrc, ...
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9answers
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How to switch window controls to the left (Gnome Shell)?

Is there a way to the switch gnome-shell window buttons to the left? I've gotten so used to them being on the left that them being on the right has thrown me way off. (gnome shell has them defaulted ...
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1answer
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How to change the order of the OK/Cancel buttons?

I'm new in Ubuntu. So far, I used only the Windows. In Ubuntu, irritates me the order of buttons OK / Cancel. In the Windows OK button is the first and then Cancel button. In Ubuntu it is vice versa. ...