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Old 10th June 2008, 17:57
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Using Ubuntu...How do I make Firefox open in a new window, so that I have the ability to minimize, restore, and close the application?
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Thanks to all for the replies, however, I found what the problem was, so I'll post it here for others...The problem comes from my use of COMPIZ, once I enabled a setting in CCSM for window decorations and borders, all the buttoms were presented...Min..Restore..Close...
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