Permanently maximize the panel in KDE4?

Paul Hartman paul.hartman+gentoo at
Mon Sep 14 16:59:37 BST 2009

On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 1:21 PM, Paul Hartman
<paul.hartman+gentoo at> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 12:59 PM, Anne Wilson<cannewilson at> wrote:
>> I've just had a conversation with some devs, on IRC.  A couple of them
>> confirmed that they see the same.  The Maximise option does work when you
>> change resolution locally - I tested it with krandrtray - but there is a
>> strong suspicion among the devs that the problem is caused by NX, which
>> handles screen resolution differently.  They haven't any answers, I'm afraid.
>> Both are simply adjusting it with the Maximise button and living with it.
> It seems so. I just tried changing my default resolution in xorg.conf
> and it remained maximized when I restarted X in the higher resolution.
> So I guess something is weird in NX's X server.
>> It doesn't look hopefuly for the future, then.  This isn't something that a
>> simple bug fix is going to help.  Sorry.
> Thanks for your help.

Just to update this old thread, FWIW I don't know if it was a fix in
NX or a fix in KDE but this problem no longer occurs for me using the
latest versions of both.
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