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When I start Xchat, I note the issue:

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As you can see, the bottom edge of the window is covered by some other thing (in this case, it's firefox status bar, but if I have no other window opened, I see my desktop background in that position), so I reduce it with the maximize button on top left:

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Finally I maximize it again and obtain the wanted behaviour:

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Is this a bug or can I adjust it in any way?

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closed as off-topic by Mateo, Jorge Castro, Amith KK, Seth, Eric Carvalho Dec 16 '13 at 22:33

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It's been annoying me too :). It's a bug which is fixed in Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal) and will be fixed in 12.04 (requires verification).

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It seems the verification was made for 12.04. A recent update solved the issue for me. Now I'm running 1:0.30.0~git20110821.e2a400-0.2ubuntu4.1

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