Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: libgnome-window-settings1

Using keyboard shortcuts, I have set a key (F8 in my case) to make the
window manager expand the current window to full *height*, leaving the
width unchanged.

It recently stopped working nicely: now it expands windows so that the bottom 
of them is invisible below my lower Gnome panel.
The expand to full height and width function still works fine. The expand to 
full width function works fine, even if I have a Gnome panel on the side -- ie 
it expands so as not to overlap the panel. The expand to full height (the one 
that is broken) does not make an error concerning the top panel, only a bottom 

Correct behaviour would be for "Expand vertically" to expand to the full
height minus the top and bottom panels.

[Sorry -- I have just guessed at the package.]

** Affects: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

Gutsy: expand window to full height now goes to far in GNOME
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