Wasted space at bottom of terminal windows
mmassonnet at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 18:23:03 CET 2011
2011/12/22 Chris Green <cl at isbd.net>:
> On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 01:35:19PM +0000, Chris Green wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 02:08:12PM +0100, Mike Massonnet wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > Le 22 dec. 2011 13:32, "Chris Green" <cl at isbd.net> a ecrit :
>> > >
>> > > Since I upgraded to xubuntu 11.10 I seem to have gained some wasted
>> > > space at the bottom of all my terminal windows. I'm running "Terminal
>> > > 0.4.8".
>> > >
>> > > The wasted space seems to be a whole line at the bottom of the window,
>> > > the scroll bar stops early too. At the bottom, below the scroll bar, is
>> > > a little triangle in the corner of the window with 'pimples' on it, the
>> > > whole width of the window adjacent to this is unused.
>> > >
>> > > Can I turn this 'extra' off somehow?
>> > It sounds like `a theming issue. Can you try with `a different GTK and
>> > Xfwm theme?
>> Changing theme doesn't have any effect on this. Themes with a thick,
>> obvious frame just show what a big gap there is at the bottom of the
>> screen (between the last used line of text and the frame that is).
>> For example I'm running mutt at the moment whichputs a status line on
>> the last line of the window. The status line is dark and there's a
>> whole line of light/background below it.
>> Hmm, I've just noticed an adjacent window is acting differently! Let me
>> exit and restart the system and see if anything has got sorted out.
> Yes, I think it must have been something to do with changing themes and
> then Update Manager updating things and not doing a system restart on
> the way. A system restart seems to have sorted things out.
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