On 24.09.2013 19:20, Ian Pilcher wrote:
I'm not sure when this started, but I have found that
to the edges of my screens is not working properly. It seems to be
aligning the *contents* of the window with the edge, ignoring the width
of the window border. This is most noticeable when I try to align a
window at an "edge" between two screens; the window border "bleeds"
onto the other screen.
Anyone else seeing this? (Fully updated Fedora 19, BTW.)
This started with KDE 4.11. It is a "feature" according to the KDE devs.
They also removed the possibility to have screen borders for full-screen
windows, for which the respond was like: "we did not like how the
feature was implemented, report a bug against the decoration of your
choice to perhaps get it back". They should have worked on implementing
a replacement in all the official decorations before removing the feature.
I think kwin from KDE 4.11 is one big regression that should not have
been shiped as an update for stable Fedora. I hope that it will still be
fixed because all work should go into KDE 5 now and a configuration
option to get back the old behavior would be a new feature.