Terminal can be borderless, a shortcut can also be attached to switch the window borders on/off easily.
While running xfwm4 with compositor and shadows, the shadow appears only when the window border are visible.
That's an issue in Terminal, xfwm4 draws shadows without problem on borderless windows, here is a short example:
Gtk = imports.gi.Gtk;
Gtk.init (null, null);
var window = new Gtk.Window();
window.decorated = false;
If it's on purpose, it can at least be a hidden setting.
I can reproduce it. At the beginning i though it was because of the 0 thickness applied to the gtkstyle in terminal-window.c:387 but commenting that chunk doesnt seem to 'fix' it..
Thinking more about it, the window shadows applied by the compositor might be part of the window decoration, hidden by the set_decorated call..
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