No. At least, not that I know of. Since there is no more tiling in kde, you can’t do it unless you hide titlebars all the time. Maybe, just maybe, there’s a kwin script. But if there is, I doubt it’ll work in 5.27. You could enable that feature with some tilers like Bismuth but they no longer work.
I could be wrong you know. Doubt it though. So, if you want that, I’m afraid setting titlebars hidden all the time is your only option.
So, as default it would look something like this. There is a kwin script that gives you padding between tiles and borders but it will only properly work if you use Breeze window decorations. Not so much if you’d use Klassy or Lightly or something.
What tiling would that be? If you talk about dragging a window to a half or quarter, sure. But Krohnkite, Bismuth…? At least, I don’t have any keyboard shortcuts for it. And I’m very curious how you would undecorate windows that are in a quarter or half layout only with devilspie. I could be wrong though but I doubt it. You can do that with xdotool commands in, say, an openbox environment. But those are predefined areas. How that would work under kde? Probably not. Again, I could be wrong.
In 5.27 there are no longer options for, for example, Bismuth. That is, no keyboard options for different layouts, cycling etc…So you can’t, for example, make desktop applications for certain stuff. You can enable bismuth, use a toggle to switch between Tiling layout and regular floating. But it’ll only do the default layout with the master on the left. But if you’d like to switch to, say, a quarter layout…I’m not sure how to do that. Not, probably. I tried to edit the Bismuth shortcut settings in the kglobalshortcutsrc, but it didn’t work. Doesn’t response. It’s all set to none to begin with.
if the windows are aranged to the corners, the borders and titlebars are gone.
currently, this is done through a keyboard shortcut, so it’s done manually.
however, once i move a window using the mouse and it’s no longer in “tiling” mode,
the window frame should reappear.
i want to do this for space-saving purposes since i primarily work on a 15" laptop.
so far, i haven’t found a solution to automatically toggle it.
neither devilspie2 nor a window rule or kwin script has worked for me.
You might need to try a python script, and tools like wmctl. I used to use something like that combination to get around the fact that you can’t move to a different workspace - or you couldn’t then (on GNOME), when a window was in Full Screen
perhaps using devilspie2 to launch the python script, then tools like wmctl to find out where the window in question is.
Or maybe launching the python script prior to the actual launching odf the app in question, then auto kill of the python script when the app is closed
thank you @tracyanne, at the moment, i try to write a lua config file for devilspie2.
is there any condition for window position and size (geometry) to deactivate / activate
the titlebar and border? maybe you or someone have a example syntax?
if (get_window_class()=="konsole") then
set_window_size (800, 600)
local f = io.open("/home/tracyanne/.config/devilspie2/result.konsole", "r")
local t = f:read("*line")
local s = f:read("*line")
if (t=="False") then
print("New Main Window")
print("New Standard Window")
set_window_size (800, 600)