Bug ID: 470496
Summary: Bottom panel on the right screen prevents windows from
being maximized on the left screen
Target Milestone: 1.0
Created attachment 159374
Dolphin window on the left screen is only maximized until the top of the bottom
panel on the right screen
If display scaling is active on the left monitor, then windows will not
correctly maximize if the top of the taskbar on the right monitor is above the
bottom of the maximizable area on the left monitor.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Add bottom panel to the right screen. Make it span the entire width of the
2. Open Display Configuration in settings
3. Enable display scaling on the left monitor
4. Position the right monitor (or increase the size of the bottom panel on the
right monitor) so that the top of the panel on the right monitor is above the
top of the panel on the left monitor
5. Try to maximize any window on the left monitor
Window maximizes only until the top of the taskbar on the right monitor.
Window maximizes until the top of the taskbar on the left monitor.
Linux/KDE Plasma: Manjaro (6.1.30-1-MANJARO)
(available in About System)
KDE Plasma Version: 5.27.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.105.0
Qt Version: 5.15.9
Graphics Platform: Wayland
The issue does not seem to appear if the left monitor uses native/100% scaling.
The issue does not seem to appear if the right monitor lacks the bottom panel.
The issue does not seem to appear if the bottom panel on the right monitor is
below the maximizable area on the left screen.
There is a possibility that the issue does not appear if there's any sort of a
gap between the two monitors. I recall this being the case some time ago, but I
haven't been able to get any sort of gap between the two monitors while testing
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