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Re: Mode-specific font setting?

From: David Reitter
Subject: Re: Mode-specific font setting?
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 07:42:41 +0100

How do I set a mode-specific font?

To elaborate on this, I want a generic solution that allows me to assign special fonts to all major modes. Another thing I have tried is to find the frame for the current buffer (see code below). This doesn't work either, because although the current buffer exists, it seems like it doesn't have a window yet (or walk-windows ignores it.)

What to do?


(defun find-all-frames-internal (buffer)
  (let ((frames nil))
    (walk-windows '(lambda (wind)
                     (if (eq (window-buffer wind) buffer)
                       (let ((frm (window-frame wind)))
                         (unless (memq frm frames)
                           (push frm frames)))))
                  nil t)

(add-hook  'after-change-major-mode-hook
          (lambda ()
           ;; this doesn't work yet
;; somehow, the window doesn't exist at this point :(
;; the current-buffer is correct
            (setq fr (car (find-all-frames-internal (current-buffer))))
(if fr  
           (case major-mode
             (select-frame fr)
                (set-frame-font "fontset-lucida14")

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