Bug ID: 369178
           Summary: Yakuake does not properly scale to the width of a
                    monitor if it's rotated 90 degrees
           Product: yakuake
           Version: 3.0.2
          Platform: Gentoo Packages
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general

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.

Reproducible: Always

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

Actual Results:  
The Yakuake window does not take up 90% of the screen, more like a quarter of

Expected Results:  
The Yakuake window should take up 90% of the width of the screen.

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