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I attached the gdb output. So yes, I enter the branch pseudo_max &=

And yes, keepInArea is being called. But as I understand, this is not what
actually should be called.

fsa describes the full xrandr rectangle screen area. However,  if you have two
completely different screen sizes as in my case, there are lots of rectangle
areas, that are not visible.

What is the purpose of keepInArea(fsa,...) here? What are use cases when it
makes sense to span the window over the whole fsa?

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