Windows remember position wrong after quick tiling

I have a multi-monitor setup, but all with the same DPI and refresh rate. To organise my windows, I often use the Quick Tile feature using the Meta+Arrow keys.
However, when I close and re-open the windows, some of them launch 26 pixels too far down. Note: 26px is the same height as my titlebars.
This might be a problem with electron programs, though:

  • Dolphin remembers the position (and current path) correctly
  • KWrite launches in the middle of the screen, as specified in Settings→Window Management→Window Behavior→Advanced→Window Placement.

I did however notice this problem on Discord and a Youtube Music wrapper I use. As far as I know, both of them use electron to work. Unfortunatly, these are the only programs I autolaunch on startup (Don’t judge me, thx)

I did manage to kind-of fix this, though. If I right click on the titlebar of the affected windows and navigate to:
More Actions→Configure Special Window Settings…
and add a position property for initially applying, the application does launch in the right spot.
However, now the application does not remember the position anymore if I move it, as it ofc launches in the manually specified position. Furthermore, any sub-windows launch with the same properties, too. This includes, for example, the discord loading banner or the discord voicechat popout.

This really is just an annoying little thing that can kind-of be fixed, but it still bugs me. Do I report this somewhere as a bug, or is there an actual good solution to this?

Notes regarding my setup, etc:
Operating System: Arch Linux
KDE Plasma Version: 6.0.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 6.2.0
Qt Version: 6.7.0
Kernel Version: 6.8.9-zen1-2-zen (64-bit)
Graphics Platform: X11

Affected applications, that I noticed the problem on:
aur/youtube-music-bin 3.3.6-1
extra/discord 0.0.54-1

If you need any further information, I’m happy to provide more details. Thanks already :slight_smile:
Also, sorry for any grammar/spelling issues, english ain’t my first language.