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    Default quaqua look and feel - TITLEBAR

    Hi,

    Please help me how can the minimize/maximize/close button should be on the left side like below using quaqua look and feel:

    quaqua look and feel - TITLEBAR-1-23-2013-7-37-00-pm.png

    In the actual run they are on the right side:

    quaqua look and feel - TITLEBAR-1-23-2013-7-39-02-pm.png

    Java Code:
      public JButtonDemo() {
    	// explicitly set the design to jaguar
          System.setProperty(
             "Quaqua.design","jaguar"
    
          );
    
    
          // set the Quaqua Look and Feel in the UIManager
          try { 
               UIManager.setLookAndFeel(
                   "ch.randelshofer.quaqua.QuaquaLookAndFeel"
               );
          // set UI manager properties here that affect Quaqua
          
          } catch (Exception e) {
              // take an appropriate action here
            
          }

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    Default Re: quaqua look and feel - TITLEBAR

    You could try setting the JFrame's ComponentOrientation to RIGHT_TO_LEFT (after which you may need to set its contentPane's ComponentOrientation to LEFT_TO_RIGHT).

    It does depend on whether the developers of that third party LaF decided to support RTL layouts, of course.

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    Default Re: quaqua look and feel - TITLEBAR

    solved. thank you very much

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