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Re: How To Set Size Of Emacs At Startup?

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: How To Set Size Of Emacs At Startup?
Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2003 12:04:26 -0600
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Eladio Ventura wrote:

When I launch emacs the screen is 80x30, but I'd KILL to have it expand
to a nice size 85x53 at startup. Does anyone know which variables I have to set?

You could start emacs with the -g 83x53 command line option.

You could call (set-frame-width (selected-frame) 83) and
(set-frame height (selected-frame) 53) in your .emacs file.

You could add (width . 83) and (height . 53) to the default-frame-alist and/or
initial-frame-alist variables.

You could set the Emacs.geometry: =83x53 resource in your .Xdefaults file.

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