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piet85
31st July 2007, 07:30 PM
Hi, I'm using Fedora (core 7 with gnome) for a few days now and I'm interested in modifying the appearance into a Mac-like style.
So for Ubuntu I found a lot of tutorials how to put the close minimize maximize buttons to the left side of the window. But it doesn't work in Fedora or maybe not in my one. When I type gconf-edit in the terminal it's typed "command not found" Is this way only for Ubuntu, is there another way to do it in fedora? Or is it simply impossible to put these buttons on the other side??
A second question is whether it's possible to install another mouse cursor and how? But that's not that important, the buttons would be enough for the first time!

lazlow
31st July 2007, 08:33 PM
yum install gconf-editor

piet85
31st July 2007, 08:54 PM
thanks a lot, what a stupid question, if you know the answer!! I thought gconf is installed, that's all, so now I know better!

lazlow
31st July 2007, 08:59 PM
Do not worry about it. We all miss what is right in front of us. Any idea where my keys are (this time)?