Full size is not full size

Bug #1654865 reported by adamweb92 on 2017-01-08
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Bug Description

When I change the window size to full-size (not full-screen) some pixel gaps remain below the window. This can be quite confusing.

I tried to change the theme, but the error is not affected.


uname -a
Linux adam-desktop 4.4.0-57-generic #78-Ubuntu SMP Fri Dec 9 23:50:32 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Linux Mint 18 KDE 64-bit (16.04.3)

Desktop theme: https://api.kde-look.org/p/998875
Terminator installed from Ubuntu Software Center (0.98.1)

Screenshot attached!

adamweb92 (adamweb92) wrote :
James McManus (mcbits) wrote :

I was having the same issue on a fresh KDE Neon installation. Messing with the Terminal's "Window geometry hints" and "Window borders" preferences (which seem to require restarting the program to take effect, btw) made the problem go away.

Now I can't get the problem to come back. But maybe that's a hint as to the source.

adamweb92 (adamweb92) wrote :

Thanks! That trick has solved the problem!

Stephen Boddy (stephen-j-boddy) wrote :

Yeah, this is completely down the the "Window geometry hints". This is why they are disabled by default now, as they cause so many issues.

Marking as invalid.

Changed in terminator:
status: New → Invalid
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