0. Tested by booting up Bodhi 6.0 beta from both live disk-image and fresh install. 1. Go to 'Desktop-menu > Settings > Settings Panel > Windows'-tab, then 'Window Geometry > Maximization'-tab & Under 'Policy' select 'Fullscreen'. 2. Then maximize 'Settings Panel' window and close it. 3. Start 'Desktop-menu > Settings > Settings Panel' again. - Settings panel will now be missing it's window decorations. 4. Navigate to Extensions'-tab & Click 'Modules' and 'Gadgets'. - Both will now be missing their window decorations as well.
There could be more factors to it, but these steps reproduce the effect consistently on my 1005P eeePC.
It should also be noted that the entry implies maximization to fullscreen, but no actual maximization happens and only certain system configuration windows seem to be affected at all.
Last Edit: Mar 29, 2021 1:51:28 GMT by nuihc88: revised thread title.
I can confirm that behavior. Let me compare with E24 if purpose or bug. Frankly I never used this feature. E17/Moksha is rich of windows setting which no other distros dispose. Anyway if bug, I will try to fix...
Based on the context, disabling window decorations could very well be the intended behavior, but that only makes sense if: 1. It's behavior is applied consistently across the whole system. 2. All windows instantly enter fullscreen mode when maximized. 3. Windows with missing decorations all load up in fullscreen mode. 4. Only maximized windows have their window decorations disabled.