Ubuntu 10.04 BETA1 (Lucid)

Basil Chupin blchupin at iinet.net.au
Wed Apr 7 07:40:07 UTC 2010


On 07/04/10 16:53, Fred A. Miller wrote:
> On 04/07/2010 02:25 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
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>> On 07/04/10 08:42, Fred A. Miller wrote:
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>>> On 04/06/2010 10:25 AM, Karl Larsen wrote:
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>>>> On 04/06/2010 06:54 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
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>>>>> On 06/04/10 21:27, Karl Larsen wrote:
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>>>>>> On 04/06/2010 04:06 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
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>>>>>>> On 06/04/10 19:07, Colin Law wrote:
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>>>>>>                Have you rebooted yet? Welcome to 10.04 Beta.
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>>>>> Yes I have rebooted (earlier today). Do you mean that I now have Beta 2?
>>>>>
>>>>> (I did notice a few differences.)
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>>>>> BC
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>>>>> 	I may be wrong, but I think you were updating 9.10 to lucid beta which is one at this moment (I think)
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>>>>          Is your background purple shaded dark left, getting lighter to the
>>>> right?
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>>> I've been using the Ambiance theme, which I customized a tad. Up till
>>> now, the 3 icons at the top have been on the left, which none of us, or
>>> at least most of us haven't liked. Tonight, I brought up this laptop and
>>> didn't have ANY icons at the top of any window. I updated, went into
>>> "Appearance" and chose another theme, then my "custom" theme again,
>>> logged out and logged back in again. Now the 3 icons are on the
>>> right where they belong!! Is this something strange on just my system or
>>> has someone else the same experience?
>>>
>>> Fred
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>> Well, I just went to System>Preferences>Appearance and chose Clearlooks
>> but then went into *Customise* where I also chose Clearlooks for *Window
>> Borders* - and the control buttons moved to the right hand side. Hooray!
>>
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> Told ya so! ;) The strange part of this is, that I'd tried various
> themes days ago,
> hoping one of the would work correctly, but none did. It was because I
> brought
> up the box and didn't have any icons that I tried that and it worked.
> Makes me
> wonder if the devs. have changed the code so the icons are back where they
> belong.
>
> Fred
>    
I haven't checked this out but I am wondering if it has something to do 
with Customise>Window Borders rather than simply chosing the theme on 
the main menu and leaving it at that.

BC



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