Bug ID: 369178
Summary: Yakuake does not properly scale to the width of a
monitor if it's rotated 90 degrees
Platform: Gentoo Packages
In KDE System Settings under Display and Monitor, you can set a monitor to be
rotated 90 degrees. When you rotate a monitor, the width of yakuake does not
take the proper width of the screen on the rotated monitor. I have width set to
90% for Yakuake, when on my horizontal monitor, it works perfectly fine. When
on the vertical monitor, it only takes up a small portion of the screen. If it
matters, I have it rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Rotate a monitor 90 degrees counter clockwise, change settings in Display
Configuration to reflect the physical monitor changes
2. Open Yakuake on the rotated display
The Yakuake window does not take up 90% of the screen, more like a quarter of
The Yakuake window should take up 90% of the width of the screen.
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