I searched around the forums but couldn't find anything that matched what I was actually looking for. If you know where the post it, please link me to it.
I've been using RedHat Linux at work for years and have decided to switch to Ubuntu. There's one function in fedora/redhat that I'm missing and am sure I can replicate in Ubuntu, I just don't know how. In RedHat, when I open a window (say chrome) for the first time and new window is opened, as expected. When I click on the chrome shortcut again, the open window is brought to the front, a new window is not opened. This is the same with the terminal and any other application. On my ubuntu install, every click of the shortcut opens a new window, regardless of the program.
How can I go about forcing the OS to use existing windows instead of opening new ones?
Thanks for reading!