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Apr
14
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
@Sanção thanks you anyways, that is kind enough to go that far for an answer :) It has been a very long time that I got accustomed to that disposition inconsistency. I guess one will find the solution one day, I will wait until then ;)
Apr
14
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
I already did the same on dconf-editor, still to no avail
Apr
14
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
I already had it setted to the good option. But chrome's buttons are still to the right :/
Apr
14
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
Thanks for the answer @Sanção. However I do not think that this is quite right. I'm currently using Ubuntu 14.04 using the Mate Environment, a fork of Gnome 2. It should behave as the Gnome fallback. I can have the buttons to the left on any windows, but not on chrome. As stated in this screenshot: image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2015/16/…
Apr
13
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
between, it does not work for me @Sançao, it only works for normal windows, not for chrome.
Apr
13
comment Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?
nope, not if we want the Chrome styling of the buttons, and not having an a bar which might be ugly.
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