I have limited screen place, and I'd like to know how I could remove the title bar.
I use hotkey to close, maximize, etc. anyway.
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A newer answer notes that a built-in XFCE setting is now available.
Try the Maximus package? Here's the package description:
A desktop daemon which will automatically maximize and, optionally, un-decorate windows. Has to support for exclusion lists and will work with any EWMH specification compliant window-manager.
sudo apt-get install maximus
I believe you'll need to add the Maximus command to your startup programs, as it does not automatically run at boot on its own.
I had the same issue with the titlebar and I solved it to a good level this way:
This way, the titlebar is just hidden below the panel. Benefits of such approach:
The bad thing is that it feels like a hack. I searched this topic because I wanted to find an xfce setting for this (failed yet).