And this is while using the gesture navigation or are you using the nav bar?
Is this the Xposed module you're using?
Is it functioning on lsposed 1.8.7, magisk stable 25.2, and android 13? It hasn't had an update since 2021.
This is the None Display Cutout module that I am using:
This module provide you a option for hide your devices display cutout (notch). Support Android P(ie), Q(uince Tart) and R(ed Velvet Cake). Android O and below will not work Tested on OnePlus 8T. Usage `Settings - Dev Options - Cutout Emulation...
Sorry, it is a Magisk module, not an Xposed module.
I use the gesture navigation, but I don't use the XposeEdge gestures. I was just saying that there are different ways of triggering it. There might be some other apps that still, work, but the other old apps that put the device in immersive mode just didn't seem to work anymore. So, Xposed Edge was the only way I could get it working. If all you care about is getting rid of of the gesture pill at the bottom, and don't want to hide the status bar, there is a mod you can use with Substratum Lite.
You mentioned using Tasker. Well, I just looked in Tasker and it does give you the option to call an App Shortcut from Xposed Edge Pro. I sort of got per-app immersive working with Tasker.
To test it try this:
1. Press the + button to add new profile and select "Application"
2. Select all apps that you want to be in immersive mode
3. For you task, select App > Shortcut > Xposed Edge Pro > Hide Status Bar > Turn On.
4. Do the same thing as above, but select Hide Navigation Bar.
At this point it should trigger it when you open one of those apps that you specified. The main issue is that it persists if you go to any other app. So then you might need to create an inverse version of the profile and tasks above, to turn it off for every other app, including your launcher. There is about a quarter second delay for the immersive to turn on when you switch to a new app, though.