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Sun, 8 Jun 2014 00:27:03 +0100 (BST)
Alpine 2.10 (DEB 1266 2009-07-14)
One thing I want to enter in the .emacs is the equivalent of alt+f10. Maximise
'window' isn't quite the same from what I've read this evening... in emacs
they're frames. Vary depending on Mac, linux or windows - I'm using Linux
Xubuntu on a CRT monitor.
At console --mm option is fine but only for first frame but not for gui. So I
tried the following... didn't seem to work and then commented them out.
These are the one's I tried (copied from the .emacs)..
;; fullscreen similar to alt+f10
;;(run-with-idle-timer 0.1 nil 'toggle-fullscreen)?
;;(add-hook 'window-setup-hook 'maximize-frame t)
;; auto frame sizing
;;(add-hook 'after-make-frame-functions 'fit-frame)
;; To automatically fit frames that show a temporary buffer in their
;; sole window, add this to your initialization file also:
;;(add-hook 'temp-buffer-window-show-hook ; Emacs 24.4+
;; 'fit-frame-if-one-window 'append)
I don't think I am on the right lines somehow... so ?
Re: maximising window?, Michael Heerdegen, 2014/06/08
- maximising window?,
James Freer <=