In order to run windowed programs at the maximum possible size I can set their resolution to the resolution of my monitor, but then there are several pixels off-screen below the window because the window is positioned below the Gnome Top Bar.
If I knew the size of the top-bar I could account for that, is there a way to find out what size it is exactly?
- Maximize an active window
- Then measure its size
- Apply the new calculated size on your target program window
Just a theory, not sure if
xdotool are still working fine with Wayland.
user@Bee3:~/Desktop$ wmctrl -lG 0x01600003 -1 136 54 1168 699 Bee3 @!68,27;BDHF <-- desktop may be 0x02a0000a 0 454 60 912 664 Bee3 user@Bee3: ~/Desktop user@Bee3:~/Desktop$ wmctrl -lG 0x01600003 -1 136 54 1168 699 Bee3 @!68,27;BDHF 0x02a0000a 0 136 54 1168 699 Bee3 user@Bee3: ~/Desktop <-- terminal window maximized