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Re: Sunrise Commander: sunrise-cd doesn't work with (setq sr-window-spli


From: John Magolske
Subject: Re: Sunrise Commander: sunrise-cd doesn't work with (setq sr-window-split-style 'top)
Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2017 16:03:23 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.23 (2014-03-12)

* John Magolske <address@hidden> [170305 01:23]:
> Sunrise Commander ... trying to get a single-pane view, I set this:
> 
>     (setq sr-window-split-style 'top) 
> 
> which does what I've like, allowing Sunrise Commander to launch
> with a single pane rather that the standard two-pane view visible
> when sr-window-split-style is set to horizontal or vertical. 
> 
> However, when launching with sunrise-cd, the file displayed in the
> current buffer does not come up in focus (going instead to the default
> $HOME) as it does when sr-window-split-style is set to horizontal
> or vertical. [...] there's this message when launching sunrise with
> sr-window-split-style set to 'top:
> 
>   (wrong-type-argument window-live-p nil) in ad-Advice-select-window

An off-list email exchange with the maintainer of Sunrise Commander
revealed that this has to do with a conflict in sunrise-x-modeline.
Uninstalling that package resolved the above mentioned problem.

John

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