Public bug reported:

This effects 32-bit Lubuntu 16.04.1 LTS, when a laptop is plugged into a
1920x1080 monitor through HDMI and the laptops display is off. Whilst
logged-in my resolution is set to 1600x900 so that it scales correctly,
when it is set to 1080p the edges of the screen are outside of the
monitor, but it looks fine in 1600x900.

However when it reboots the booting up process and the login screen are
in 1920x1080, (in-built laptop display is also on during log on) once
you've logged in it changes back to 1600x900, however when you maximize
a window it only takes up three quarters of the space until you cause it
to redraw, this can be done by changing the resolution then changing it
back, or by changing the size of the task-bar. After doing that all
windows will now take up the full space.

I do have Docky installed, by turning that off doesn't help, I'm also
not using any restricted graphic card drivers. But I do have Compton
Composition manger installed and use a config file like this:

** Affects: openbox (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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  Maximised windows won't fill space after a reboot where the resolution
  is larger

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