Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 492149
Konqueror incorrectly store self window size in maximized mode
Last modified: 2009-06-01 07:44:32 EDT
I use Konqueror in XFCE4 DE.
My notebook use 1280x800 screen resolution.
Description of problem:
When I close maximized Konqueror window and then start it again it appeared without menu and even without standard window title, placed on all monitor even cover visible DE pannels.
I'm search, and find what it happened from settings in ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/profiles/webbrowsing
If I delete line "Height 800=801" all works as expected - height comes from Height setting. I try both - absolute and percentage values - all work correct on first glance (I does not make metter and calculation of right percent expand).
If say, I write "Height=1000" (note, it is more than used height resolution) - Konqueror start *with* window title, with height of window more than I can see nad under DE panels.
One more things - menu was enabled, but in this situation "MenuBar=Disabled" appeared in config.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ rpm -qa 'kde*'
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Konkueror.
2. Maximize window.
Window appeared as described before - without menu, window title, in size more than may be fit.
Standard window as I close before.
I'm see this problem now widely: Dolphin behaves the same way. And even now I use KDE (but with compiz as window manager), not XFCE!
Thank you for the report. This is an issue that needs to be addressed by the upstream developers. Please report this upstream at http://bugs.kde.org and add the upstream information to this report.
Ok, I fill it to upstream. Set this bug as dependent from it.
Thanks for taking the time to report this upstream. Will close this for now and monitor the upstream report for a fix.
Why you close BUG? Problem persist. And its depend on extarnal KDE bug, which is not fixed (or closed else) in this time...
I wish leave it in ASSIGNED state and wait resolve of problem, then publish rpm update. What you think?
...bugs closed with this resolution are filed in the upstream bugs tracker or reported to the upstream mailing list. This typically includes almost all feature requests and enhancements, and most bugs that we don't consider release showstoppers. (moving a bugs upstream typically increases the chance that someone will have time to look at it.... We only keep bug open on redhat.com to track our immediate short-term TODO items, or issues with our patches/packaging, or because the upstream package in question has poor bug tracking. The main focus of development for most packages is the upstream community, even when Red Hat is a big contributor to the community.)
Hope this helps.