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bug#4640: 23.1.50; GNU Emacs does not follow geometry settings from comm
bug#4640: 23.1.50; GNU Emacs does not follow geometry settings from command line
Thu, 08 Oct 2009 17:22:13 +0200
Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (X11/20090817)
Peter Dyballa skrev:
A French brought this problem up in help-gnu-emacs for GNU Emacs 23.1.
The bug seems to exist also in the CVS version. Launched as
src/emacs -Q -g 20x20+200+200 &
the frame is wider than thought and xwininfo then shows:
Corners: +202+228 -930+228 -930-350 +202-350
It was the menu bar that determined the width of the frame. It does this even
if menu bar mode is off, as the menu bar is first added then removed later on.
Andreas Schwab wrote:
I'm seeing the opposite effect: the resulting frame is too small. This
is under KDE.
Corners: +204+225 -1164+225 -1164-310 +204-310
This is a total mystery. Can you try again with an up-to-date emacs?
Do you by any chance remove scroll bars and/or fringes?