my Garuda installation is still fresh, and here's one of the issues I have.
I have two identical 1080p 144Hz monitors, and I extend the first to the second (second one is 0+1920 from the first one). Having any application on the first monitor maximized plugs the top bar and buttons of the window into the dock at the top, so I can normalize, minimize and close from there.
Dragging any (almost any) window to the second monitor and maximizing it there, the top bar disappears, as if there was a dock where the top bar docks. For some applications it's still possible to normalize them (Firefox can be dragged on its menu bar, Lutris doesn't lose its top bar), however, most applications cannot be normalized or closed in the usual fashion, as the top bar buttons are lost.
Now, I have read that a workaround would be to add a dock similar to the one from the first monitor to the second. I understand that could work, but does currently not. Going into "Edit panel" from the context menu of the top dock on the first monitor and selecting anything from the monitor list, the whole configuration crashes/disappears, the windows are still there, but all controls disappear and it's not usable anymore.
A better version/solution would be to not remove the top bar from windows being maximized when there is no top bar to plug the functionality (close, normalize, minimize) into. Is there a realistic way to get this version to work?
I don't even know which configuration I would need to check, which system/application is responsible for that behavior.