I have following problem. I am new to Linux and went with Mint as my distro. On windows I always used Chrome as my go to browser because I do a lot of webdev and like to have the best support for browser features so I also went for Google Chrome here on Linux. I found out that when I maximize the Screen of Chrome that the Window goes over the bounds of the screen. I couldn't replicate that behavior with any other application so it could be some issue with Chrome.
Does Chrome use GTK2 because it also overrides the Style of the installed theme?
I changed some dotfiles in my user directory and changed the default compositor to compton. There I just applied some settings to get a blur effect and transparent windows nothing too special.
This is my system specs output from neofetch:
- OS: Linux Mint 20.2 x86_64
- Host: 20287 Lenovo IdeaPad Z510
- Kernel: 5.4.0-89-generic
- Uptime: 10 hours, 50 mins
- Packages: 2014 (dpkg)
- Shell: bash 5.0.17
- Resolution: 1920x1080
- DE: Xfce
- WM: Xfwm4
- WM Theme: Sweet-Dark
- Theme: Sweet-Dark [GTK2/3]
- Icons: ePapirus [GTK2/3]
- Terminal: xfce4-terminal
- Terminal Font: Monospace 10
- CPU: Intel i5-4200M (4) @ 3.100GHz
- GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M
- GPU: Intel 4th Gen Core Processor
- Memory: 1984MiB / 7719MiB
As you can see in the screenshot the window decorations and scrollbar are outside of the screen which is quite annoying.
So my questions is if this could be due to some weird bug on chromes side or maybe due to some misconfigs on my side?