[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#664161: Bug#664161: xfce4-terminal: session manager does not recognize "--maximize"
corsac at debian.org
Fri Mar 16 06:53:24 UTC 2012
tag 664161 moreinfo unreproducible
On jeu., 2012-03-15 at 16:34 -0600, James wrote:
> When the session manager, in KDE 4.7, re-starts xfce4-terminal, there is no
> recovery of the "maximize" state of the window, whether xfce4-terminal was
> started with an explicit "--maximize" switch, or closed in a previous session
> in a "maximized" state. Also, when the "maximize" window-decoration button is
> selected, the fist time after restarting, the resulting maximized window is
> maximized but not properly centered in the display area. Also, subsequent
> "unmaximize" and "re-maximize" actions positions the window in the center of
> the display area, but then leave a border around the window, with the window
> not filling the available screen area.
As far as I remember, the “maximized” state is a property of the window
manager. Which one are you using?
In terminal case, xfce4-terminal uses a single process for all windows,
so any --maximize argument passed to the process is completely
irrelevant. Here, the maximized status is correctly restored (either by
xfwm4 or xfce4-session) so I guess it might be a kde issue.
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