This is a very, very old problem I'm trying to chase down. When kde first
starts (or you use kmenuedit to update the menu), the first time you press the
start menu button to access the menu, the menu is drawn about an inch (or one
taskbar height) above the taskbar instead of immediately above the taskbar.
This is some combination of settings that causes the issue. I have seen this
since kde 3.5.10 was released and I can currently reproduce the issue on 15.0
- 15.2 ... BUT ... on other 15.0 - 15.2 installs this issue does not occur.
Most of the time I copy a bulk of my ~/.kde/share/config and ~/.kde/apps and
any autostart scripts. So I'm somewhat at a loss what combination of settings
leads to this behavior. I even have some virtualbox guests that exhibit the
problem and others that don't -- eliminating any display driver or other
potential hardware consideration.
Other than going through the config files one-by-one between machines that
do/don't have the problem and restarting the desktop between each change --
I'm not sure how to narrow the problem down.
Anybody else see this? Anybody have any thoughts on how to track the issue down?
David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
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