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According to KDE Documentation → Common Keyboard Shortcuts → Panning and Zooming there are 4 keyboard shortcuts for resizing/panning a window, where Meta+◀─ and Meta+─▶ also move the window to another monitor in a multi-monitor environment.

However, is there really no shortcut to maximize a window on the screen it's currently located on? Can such a shortcut be configured somehow?

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I found that Meta+PgUp switches between maximized and windowed/restored size.

I filed an according bug and it has been resolved and fixed in the documentation source already.

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Simply searching for "maximize" in shortcuts settings shows the shortcut you're looking for.

The default is Meta + Page Up.

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  • Searching for "maximize" on the page I linked in the Q yields nothing...yet. I filed a bug and it has been resolved and fixed in the source already. Sep 26, 2022 at 8:35
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    Yes, the documentation doesn't show it for me either. What I meant is that you can search directly in the shortcuts settings. Sep 26, 2022 at 19:11
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The documentation page has moved.

Look here for Panning and Zooming: KDE DocumentationkhelpcenterKDE Fundamentals / Stable (Frameworks 5)Common Keyboard Shortcuts

Or use your system: Open Application Launcher > System Settings > Shortcuts

Then type kwin to view all shortcuts or max for maximize window in the search bar. Here you can customize the shortcut maximize window / restore window Meta+PgUp to another if you like.

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