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bug#19009: Buffer tabs in tabbar mode almost hidden in current trunk (OS
bug#19009: Buffer tabs in tabbar mode almost hidden in current trunk (OSX)
Sun, 1 Mar 2020 00:55:16 +0100
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No, it seems that now things work better. Maybe you can close this.
Il 29/02/2020 19:27, Stefan Kangas ha scritto:
Are you still seeing this? Have you reported the bug to the authors
To make any progress here, we would need a (preferably minimal) recipe
to reproduce the bug on a stock Emacs rather than having to install
and debug a third party package.
Angelo Graziosi <address@hidden> writes:
It seems that this issue is OSX related because I have tried with current
"master" [*], commit:
Paul Eggert 2014-11-13 06:34:52 (GMT)
on Cygwin and buffer tabs are always visible. Instead, on OSX 10.10, the issue
is still there..
Anyway, here there are some more informations.
I have the desktop save mode enabled so that I start Emacs with the buffers of
last session. If I short-circuit the desktop file,
mv desktop desktop-save
and then restore all the buffers (C-x C=f ...), the buffer tabs are all visible
correctly. After exiting from Emacs and saving the desktop, restarting Emacs
shows the issue again.
BUT, if I increase the frame height, say of one line, and decrease the height
still one line (dragging the frame bottom with the mouse), the buffer tabs are
visible! I have to repeat this each time I start Emacs...
This occurs with recent masters, say after Nov. 10.
Il 10/11/2014 15:14, Angelo Graziosi ha scritto:
It is a long time I had installed the tabbar package from ELPA/MELPA.
The tabs haven't a fine look but work quit well..
..only.. that today, with current trunk (commit: Glenn Morris 2014-11-10
07:39:35 (GMT)), they are almost completely overlapped from Emacs tool
bar icons, at least on OSX 10.10, and tabbar mode is unusable...