|Subject:||Re: Splash screen and gnuserv|
|Date:||Wed, 13 Sep 2006 10:09:17 +0100|
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Nearly, but not quite. If the splash screen is active when gnuserv recieves the command to open a new file then something strange happens. The new file is shown, but the mode line shows the brackets (like [(Emacs-Lisp hs)] for recursive editing. There is a 'V' on the modeline so Viper should be in vi mode.Have you tested it by starting Emacs, then after the splash screen comes up using gnuclient? Or are you only testing the case when gnuclient invokes Emacs because gnuserv was not running? The latter case will not be reproducable with emacsclient, since it does not start Emacs in that case. I wonder if the problem is only occuring when the gnuclient command comes during init BEFORE the splash screen is shown, which will be difficult to reproduce with emacsclient.
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