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Moving the Close, Maximize, Minimize buttons?


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Hello. Is there anyway to "tweak" the location of the buttons to maximize and minize windows? I am having the hardest time adjusting...especially since I am using OS 9 on most of my lab, and WinXP on one laptop, but them 10 on the server and my PBG4.

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No. There is no way to do this but you can do it on windows to match OS X using WindowsBlinds.


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There is a way in OSX , but I don't know how. It can be theme related.
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themes are simple cause all you do is replace the default images with custom ones, but when you talk about changing the code of the OS thats risky and most likely pretty tough to do

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Well, theoretically all your doing is moving a button... that button should be able to be placed anywhere on the interface with a lil 'correcting' of the code...
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