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How to move the window control buttons in 18.04 [duplicate]

I have recently updated Ubuntu to 18.04, and my window control buttons have changed from left to right (in user perspective). Are there any ways to change it back to the way it was in 16.04 or ...
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How to move minimize maximize and close button to left in ubuntu 17.10? [duplicate]

How to move minimize maximize and close button to left in ubuntu 17.10? I want them like in old days. .
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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 left.
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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 on the ...
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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 mode in ...
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I just moved the close/minimize/maxmize buttons to the right, how can I undo the action? [duplicate]

I used this command gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences button-layout ':minimize,maximize,close' How can I reset them back to the right?
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Change the position of minimize/maximize/close window buttons from upper right corner to upper left corner in Ubuntu 17.10 [duplicate]

The minimize, maximize, and close buttons used to be in the upper left corner of windows, which I prefer because most of the content in the windows I use is on the left side, so it takes less mouse ...
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Move Gnome 3.10 window close button to left side [duplicate]

How can I move the close window button from right to left side? Nautilus I upgrated the Gnome from 3.8 to Gnome 3.10.0.1. I already moved the maximize, minimize and close buttons to left ...
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How to Move the Window Buttons from Right to Left in Gnome 3 using Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to switch window controls to the left? I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed with Gnome 3 shell. I'm used to the window buttons being on the left side of the window from Unity and ...
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Make nemo the default file browser

I installed Ubuntu 12.10, then installed Nemo. Now I would like to make Nemo the default file manager. I've searched the web for a solution but every time I restart my computer Nautilus come back. ...
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How to move window buttons to right in Ubuntu 16.04 [duplicate]

I've installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my laptop and I'm using gnome-shell 3.18.4. When I'm trying to move the window buttons to the right by using dconf-edit How to switch window controls to the left (Gnome ...
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Can you “fix” chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme?

Can you "fix" chrome's close, minimize, maximize buttons so they are on the left, and use ubuntu's theme? I might actually use chrome then.
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I can't change windows buttons to the right side with Ubuntu Tweak [duplicate]

I am running Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal, and I have Ubuntu Tweak already installed. I am tring to change windows buttons to the right side. I choose option "Right" in UT (and nothing happens). When I close ...
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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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Why are gnome apps not respecting button-layout?

Working with Ubuntu Studio (XFCE desktop) 18.04. I'm seeing this problem: What's happening is that I'm setting the org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences.button-layout setting in dconf-editor to put ...

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