Re: [h-e-w] 23.1.1: Maximize, minimize, maximize leaves emacs under side
Re: [h-e-w] 23.1.1: Maximize, minimize, maximize leaves emacs under side-taskbar in Windows XP
Mon, 24 Oct 2011 13:10:42 -0400
> From: Rolf Campbell <address@hidden> > To: address@hidden, > Date: 10/24/2011 12:28 PM > Subject: Re: [h-e-w] 23.1.1: Maximize, minimize,
> emacs under side-taskbar in Windows XP > Sent by: address@hidden >
> On 2011-10-23 18:53, Rolf Campbell wrote:
> > On 2011-10-22 09:02, Rolf Campbell wrote:
> >> Steps to reproduce:
> >> 1) Move your Windows taskbar to the left or right side of
> >> 2) Maximize emacs using the button in it's title bar.
> >> 3) Minimize emacs using the button in it's title bar.
> >> 4) Restore emacs to it's maximized state by clicking on it's
> >> the Windows XP taskbar.
> >> Result: The Emacs windows goes *under* the taskbar.
> >> Expected result: The Emacs windows should be in the same
> >> when it was first maximized.
I see both the expected result and the result. The emacs window is
in the same location (when it's maximized, there is only
one location) and it's under the task bar.
I tried several other applications (Thunderbird, Firefox,
Palm, Explorer) and they all work the same way. Further, I expect
that, when I click the taskbar, it stays on top.