[u-u] window borders in gnome/gtk
jim at reptiles.org
Mon Apr 27 12:37:42 EDT 2020
On Mon, Apr 27, 2020 at 12:32:51PM -0400, Dan Astoorian wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Apr 2020 12:21:01 EDT, Jim Mercer writes:
> > it seems to have applied to my pterm, putty, authy and thunderbird windows,
> > but not the google chrome (not chromium).
> I can't reproduce that, since I only have chromium (not Google Chrome)
> installed, which does seem to take the decoration styling. However, I
> wouldn't be at all surprised if Google Chrome handled its own window
> trimmings and asked GNOME not to decorate its windows. I'm guessing
> your Chrome windows may not have GNOME titlebars either? I.e., if it
> has a titlebar at all, it's probably drawn by Chrome itself.
although, when i bring up Ubuntu Software updated (a suitcase icon), no borders
but i click on Settings / Sound, and it does have borders.
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