I must have accidentally pressed some sort of unknown shortcut key, because whenever I pop up the KNetworkManager from the taskbar now, it opens in this weird fullscreen mode. The same thing happens with Klipper (also in the taskbar). I’ve clicked through every configuration that comes to mind, but I just can’t figure out how to stop them from coming up in fullscreen.
Any ideas as to how to get these applets to display in their usual size?
I am using openSUSE 11.4 with KDE 4.6
Check the dialog window advanced properties, where custom size can be set (or erased).
You get there by right-clicking the title bar>advanced>special window configuration.
Sorry, I guess I was a little unclear on that point. This isn’t the actual KNetworkManager dialog that comes up in fullscreen. Instead it is the little menu that comes up when you click the icon in the taskbar.
Hmm. I could resize a few notification pop-ups in KDE4.6.1 (mostly the file copy ones) but I don’t know if you can do this with the knetworkmanager applet (I’m using ifup).
I actually solved this problem now. After poking around, I figured out that Window Behavior -> Advanced -> Enable Tiling had gotten checked somehow. I unchecked it and everything was back to normal.