On Tuesday 22 November 2011, you wrote: > > Perhaps the word 'remnant' was a poor choice. I meant > > that the > > whole horizontal bead, and the space below it a few pixels > > thick, > > instead of just the frame (like on the sides of the > > window). > > Hmm. In both 3.5.10 and 3.5.13 all I see is a thin frame. > > Here are some screen grabs: > > 3.5.10: > http://humanreadable.nfshost.com/trinity/3.5.10.png > > 3.5.13: > http://humanreadable.nfshost.com/trinity/3.5.13.png > > Darrell > > Thanks for the feedback Darrell. It would appear that the issue has been partly addressed in Trinity. I just booted a live CD with TDE 3.5.13 built on Debian, and (like your screenshots) the 'bead' is not present. It has been present in KDE since 3.4.2ish. There is still the space (roughly 4 pixels thick) along the bottom edge of Konsole. This lies between the window border and Konsole's internal window frame. There is also the issue of this showing up in fullscreen mode. There was a time (at least back in the KDE 2.x days) when Konsole was completely borderless when in fullscreen mode. It is again in KDE 4. I personally prefer that, but I am not completely against retaining the thin frame which Trinity shows in fullscreen mode at the moment. I just want to get rid of the extra padding at the bottom so that it looks the same as along the sides. I should probably go and modify the bug report now. ;-) Richard. -- Stupidity is its own reward.