Created attachment 4372
What the windows should look like
When using the Redmond Xfwm theme, the top border of maximized windows is the same as normal, but that doesn't look right : the top 4 pixels, which are gray, should be hidden (see attachment).
The way Xfwm themes are build right now, the same top border for windows is used when the window is maximized and when it's not. I don't think it's necessary to have completely different borders for the two states, but maybee we could just have a new property in the themerc file that says that the top n pixels of the border must be hidden when the window is maximized.
I know this might look like a trivial matter, but I find that it makes the Redmond theme look ugly (and unrealistic!), and I guess other themes may also have that problem.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Select the Redmond Xfwm theme
2. Maximize a window
Thank you for your hard work, Xfce is great!
Oh, and it would seem that a property allowing the hiding of part of the top border when maximized would also allow hiding all the top border, which has been asked for in bug #3786.
Actually, this feature seems to have been requested also in bug #7436, sorry for the duplicate.
Anyway, I'll look into implementing my suggestion soon.
Created attachment 4374
[PATCH] Added top_border_size property in themerc file.
If the top_border_size property is specified to N in the themerc file, the top N pixels of the top border will be hidden when the window is maximized and borderless maximize is enabled.
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