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Thread: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

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    ueberRusha NNTP User

    Exclamation KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    Hey to all,

    I am experiencing problems with most of my applications. I've recently installed OpenSUSE 11.1, with KDE4 and Compiz, and now my applications (such as Dolphin, Kopete, etc.) are starting in fullscreen mode.
    It is possible to manually switch back to non-fullscreen by disabling the option in the right-click-menu.

    Is this a bug in my system or just a configuration issue?

    Thanks for your help!

    Greetings & to all of you a happy Christmas
    Christian

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    zhoraster NNTP User

    Default Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    The same problem and similarly after installing compiz.

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    Default Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    Same here, it is turning me crazy

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    ronaldorezende NNTP User

    Default Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    right click in dolphin and then go to advanced and then uncheck the full screen. But I don't know how to setup to don't open in full screen.

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    alexsapran NNTP User

    Lightbulb Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    Go to :
    compizconfig settings manager > workarounds > untick legacy fullscreen support
    That what worked for me. I hope i helped you!!!

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    amr2205 NNTP User

    Default Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    Thanks! It worked for me!

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    Morgg NNTP User

    Question Re: KDE4.1: Applications always start in fullscreen mode

    Is there an alternative fix for this? I need legacy fullscreen support for KRDC to display Terminal Server screens correctly.

    Why do apps need legacy fullscreen? Is it a bug on their part?

    Thanx!

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