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Re: XEmbed patches

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: XEmbed patches
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 11:44:30 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20070716)

Jan Djärv wrote:
> You set hints to the window manager how big an increment (character
> size) is in x and y directions.  You also tell it the minimum size
> (i.e. the size of the scrollbars, fringes, menu and toolbar) of your
> window.  That way the WM can calculate the character increment and
> display that when the window is resized.

Can this be uncoupled from the actual frame size restrictions? It would
be good to retain this behaviour for resizing frame with the mouse but
allowing programmatic resizing to specific pixel sizes.

And can Emacs switch this behaviour on and off at will? If the user
selects a variable width font as the default font, then the character
increment is not very useful.

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