Missing Maximize, Minimize and Close buttons in Chrome - Ubuntu 18.04.03

Ask Ubuntu Asked by PA-GW on December 18, 2020

I am on Ubuntu 18.04 and am using Google Chrome 86.0.4240.75.
When I maximize the screen the 3 usual buttons disappear. If I take the browser out of maximize status I can see the buttons again. I checked my settings in Ubuntu and don’t notice anything that mentions zoom etc. This does not happen to any other programs like phpstorm etc… just Chrome. I also checked the chrome settings and the chrome zoom is at 90%. I also tried to reset the theme to default…no dice. I reset to GTK and no dice. So why are my Min,Max and X buttons gone when I put chrome in full screen mode?

Missing Butons

One Answer

This morning I sudo apt-get upgraded my machine and with that chrome was upgraded to the latest version (subversion .111 over .75) and now my buttons have returned. Guess it was just a chrome bug. Hope this helps another ubuntu user.

Answered by PA-GW on December 18, 2020

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