On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 8:37 AM, Colin Law <clanlaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 6 June 2010 12:34, Gary Kirkpatrick <pegngaryubuntu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> When you log in to the Remix version you can choose the Netbook 3d, 2d
>> and gnome options. When I chose the latter I can not close programs
>> using the convenient 'x' but must instead use file/close or right
>> click on the icon in the panel and then click unmaximize.
>> I can not find any comments on this perhaps because I do not know what
>> to call the 'x' option.
> I am not exactly sure if we are talking about the same mode of
> operation, but for me when the window is maximised there is for most
> apps an x for closing at the left hand end of the row of indicators at
> the top right of the screen. i.e. left of the volume control, network
> status etc.
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That is what I am missing on some applications (Firefox and gedit for
example) while others work, e.g. rhythm box.
I have attached a screen shot, you should be ab le to see there is no
'x' option, maximize or minimize.
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