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Re: Strnge menu positioning problem


From: Tom . Horsley
Subject: Re: Strnge menu positioning problem
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 11:26:50 +0000

I just tried this again with twm instead of mwm, and after
the resize, the results were even stranger - the menu appeared
in a totally random place instead of where it last popped
up. Again, moving the window fixed it.

I'd note that other Motif applications on the same machine
using the same Motif libraries do not exhibit this behavior :-).

> > Newsgroups: gnu.emacs.bug
> > From: address@hidden (Thomas A. Horsley)
> > Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 21:14:13 GMT
> > 
> > Using the mwm window manager, if I resize the emacs window by grabbing the
> > top edge and dragging it up, then click on something like the "File" menu
> > button, the menu appears positioned at the old "File" button position.
> > 
> > If I then grab the title bar and move (rather than resize) the window, and
> > click on File again, the menu is now positioned correctly.
> > 
> > Is someone cacheing the menu position info and failing to flush on a resize,
> > but correctly flushing on a move?
> 
> I think menu management in toolkit versions of Emacs is entirely up to
> the toolkit (and, possibly, the window manager).
> 
> Could you try with another window manager?



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