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Re: How To Set Size Of Emacs At Startup?


From: Eladio Ventura
Subject: Re: How To Set Size Of Emacs At Startup?
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 09:52:08 +0000
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* Artur Hefczyc <address@hidden> [030604 18:09]:
> > 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?
> Don't kill anybody, but here is how I do it for myself:
I can't guarantee anything. Emacs is driving me nuts!
> ;;; Setup default emacs frames (windows) location and size
> (setq default-frame-alist
>       '((wait-for-wm . nil)
>  (top . 0) (left . 0)
>  (width . 85) (height . 40)
>  (background-color . "gray15")
>  (foreground-color . "limegreen")
>  (cursor-color . "LightGoldenrod")
>  (mouse-color . "yellow")
> ))
> ;;; But your first frame can be different than all others
> (setq initial-frame-alist
>       '((top . 55) (left . 184)
>         (width . 100) (height . 40)
Wow, thanks for taking the time to write that up!
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