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Hi i installed Mac4Lin transformation pack and i uninstalled it via the terminal by sudo sh Mac4Lin_Uninstall_v1.0_RC.sh All went fine and i have my icons back to normal and my ...
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    [SOLVED] Theme/Window border help


    Hi i installed Mac4Lin transformation pack and i uninstalled it via the terminal by sudo sh Mac4Lin_Uninstall_v1.0_RC.sh

    All went fine and i have my icons back to normal and my themes are fine but the Minimize / close buttons are still on the left hand side and not the right and its getting really really annoying.

    Any idea how to get them back to the right ?

    In themes in window borders it even shows them on the right

    but when i apply they still stay on the left

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    on the Desktop
    Right Click ->Change Desktop Background ->Theme
    try it out,
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    That just changes the theme the minimize , close , unmazimize stay on the left hand side on each theme

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    sorry not at the moment
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    What ? :S . I fixed it anyway from help at ubuntuforums.

    Open a terminal window and type:

    gconf-editor

    In the left hand sidebar of the window that opens, go to apps > metacity > general. A list of keys will be displayed in the large pane on the right. Double click on the button_layout key and in the small window that appears, type menu:minimize,maximize,close in the Value: box, and click on OK and close the editor. Your buttons should now appear on the right hand side of the windo
    w.

    Thats how to fix it

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    mark it as solved please and glad to hear that it worked with you
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