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Topic: «[SOLVED] delete title bar buttons? » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 7159
 
rob damiani
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Posted: 17.02.2012 08:37:11
 
 
"Maximize to desktop" and "Move to monitor 2" appear directly to the left of my Windows "Minimize" title bar command.  Can I delete these 2 buttons?  If so, how is this accomplished?

 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 19.02.2012 22:04:51
 
 
Hello Rob,

They can be deleted here:
Actual Multiple Monitors -> Window Settings -> Default settings (or Specific settings) -> Title Buttons.

Best regards.
 
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Damon Michaels
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Posted: 22.04.2014 22:41:22
 
 
I am having this same problem. Win7 64 bit. I have verified that they are supposed to be off, but unfortunately this feature does not seem to be working.

 
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Damon Michaels
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Posted: 22.04.2014 23:00:08
 
 
It does not appear that all applications have this problem. Some notables, Microsoft Outlook 2010, latest version of Google Chrome, latest version of Skype, Microsoft Excel 2010.
 
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Alexander Mihalkin
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Posted: 23.04.2014 20:03:18
 
 
Hello, Damon!

All the applications you specified have their individual rules enabled in Specific Settings of Actual Multiple Monitors by default.

You can remove title buttons individually for each of those applications here:
Actual Multiple Monitors -> Window Settings -> Specific settings -> Google Chrome (or Skype, or Microsoft Excel, etc.) -> Title Buttons.

Thank you for your post!
If you don't have any further questions, please confirm your issue is solved.

Best regards.
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Damon Michaels
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Posted: 24.04.2014 21:12:42
 
 
Thanks. That in fact fixes it.
 
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