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    my last word: the order is as it should be in mine--i have to wonder
    what you did to yours to mess it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dd@home.dk View Post
    On 09/08/2012 11:36 PM, tony almeida wrote:

    > gtk-alternative-button-order = 1
    > opensuse uses some scripts to configure system.
    > that is what i need to, just a bash script or something.
    > you seem like an experienced developer.
    > so you dont have to waste your time with my little problem.
    > regards...


    no, i am not a developer (experienced or otherwise)...i didn't intend to
    give you the impression i was..

    sometimes i can successfully construct a simple script, but i can't
    'program' my way out of a paper bag....most often my "Hello world."
    messages, don't.

    i don't know a magic one-liner to reverse the button order...if i were
    you i would search and/or post to a mozilla list/forum
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    my last word: the order is as it should be in mine--i have to wonder
    what you did to yours to mess it up.

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    Tony:

    We are using the 12.2 and or 12.1 official release

    So I can't really say what happens
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony_almeida View Post
    Firefox Button Order is just wrong.
    It's like Cancel/Ok
    It should be like Ok/Cancel
    I tried to edit /usr/share/themes/oxygen-gtk/gtk-2.0/gtkrc and add
    Code:
    gtk-alternative-button-order = 1
    but it didn't work.
    Thanks and regards...
    Why should it be "OK", "Cancel"?

    I have Firefox release installed from the Update repository, and the Aurora, Beta and Nightly all installed manually, along with Thunderbird release installed from the Update repository, and the Beta, Daily installed manually.

    All show "Cancel", "OK", which I don't have a problem with, and didn't know it was an issue until you brought it up.

    I don't see anything in about:config that could change it.

    I just opened a few other applications, and Cancel is also first in those. Some are in the order Apply/Cancel/OK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Tony:

    We are using the 12.2 and or 12.1 official release

    So I can't really say what happens
    alright then let's imagine
    i wanna change the button order
    cancel/ok with official 12.2 release
    how could i do that ?
    modifying ~/.kde4/config/gtkrc isn't working.
    it seems like it's regenerated.

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    I don't know
    But I doubt anything in .kde4 is related
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926
    I don't know
    But I doubt anything in .kde4 is related

    Hi
    They are following the standard, cancel to the left of the ok button,
    which goes at the lower right corner
    http://developer.gnome.org/hig-book/...t-button-order

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    If you use kde, do you have kde integration package for mozilla
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    If you use kde, do you have kde integration package for mozilla
    which package you talking about ?
    regards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony_almeida View Post
    which package you talking about ?
    regards...
    mozilla-kde4-integration

    Not sure if that will be the solution, but it should be installed for kde (though it's not essential)
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