With my Xubuntu 12 with xfce I have configured a standard 80x24 window size for my terminals. But opening a window results in a smaller 79x24 window. (To me this looks like a bug - at least my former Xubuntu system did not show that behaviour -, but in case I missed something I welcome pointers.)
What can I do to get the window size I configured through my profile setting?
Additional information (in case it matters): Some additional configuration for terminal windows I have done is; activating vertical scroll bar, changing the font size to a larger font, and using a bold face font. (I think that none of that should result in a reduction of the configured dimension which is defined in units of to be displayed characters, or so I think.) And I also already looked into the configuration file
~/.config/Terminal/terminalrc (as proposed in another SE question), but there's also just the things visible that I configured by the GUI, specifically the 80x24 setting.)
(In case it's a bug I'd also welcome hints for alternatives.)
Edit: My current workaround is to define in the GUI context menu a size of 81x24 to get the desired 80x24 terminal. (So the values in the profile preferences are obviously considered, just not correctly calculated.)