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Wed, 04 Sep 2002 22:47:13 -0400
Is this really Windows-specific? If so, would someone who works on
Windows please look at it?
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From: address@hidden (Gerd Moellmann)
Date: 04 Aug 2002 15:25:32 +0200
Richard Stallman <address@hidden> writes:
> Would you please look at this?
> He included a 3 meg screen capture, so I have deleted that;
> please tell me if you want it.
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> The following is a screen capture (Alt-Print Scrn) of Emacs as it scrolls
> and does not
> refresh properly.
> GNU Emacs 21.2.1 (i386-msvc-nt5.0.2195) of 2002-03-19 on buffy
> If you cannot see the embedded picture, here's a description of the problem.
> When I scroll down the window (Pull scrollbar down, that is) and there is a
> "Stay on Top"
> window overlapping the bottom of the emacs window
> (such as Rational Purify's "Purify Instrumentation" progress window,
> or the Windows "Task Manager" window),
> the graphics of the obscuring window are copied up as we scroll.
> Sometimes they are erased in the end, sometimes not.
> (I say "scroll down" when the window goes down the file, the corresponding
> text appears to go up the screen.)
> This can occur multiple times, until there is a "chatter" of wrongly-scrolled
> window parts.
> I suspect this has something to do with the incorrect scrolling that occurs
> This is when the size of the scroll bar is re-computed based on the number of
> on-screen. It should really be based on the number of lines. I think that in
> the end it is, and
> it's the temporary "approximate" scrolling that is to blame.
That looks a lot like another report for Emacs on MS-Windows, for
which Jason said it was Windows-specific.
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