milosz wrote: Hi All,
[.....] On my small screen it almost completely covers the kstars map. When I try to minimize the ekos window, kstars also gets minimized, so I can’t use the map. That is pretty annoying
I have same issue, also with LXDE and Debian testing (buster).
I have no idea about the cause. May be desktop problem and/or a incompatibility with some of the KDE libraries that kstars/ekos use...
Any way, waiting for the problem to be solved, I found a dirty trick that satisfies me.
I maximize the kstars window. Then I open ekos and also maximize its window (this suits for me, since I run them in a netbook with small screen). Then, instead minimize the ekos window in order to can operate with the kstars one, I roll it up...
Then, the ekos window stay rolled over the bar title of kstars window, so there is no inconvenience for operate the kstars window. For "return" to the ekos window, I simply roll out it...
With LXDE (really, with the Openbox window system), you can roll up/out a window by selecting the option in the menu showed when you do right click in the window tithe.
For you convenience, you can also put a "roll up/out" icon in the window title bar (similar to de minimize/maximize/close ones). For configure this in LXDE you can go to Preferences/Openbox Configuration Manager/Appearance and add a "S" in the Window Titles box.