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Tue, 7 Jun 2005 17:11:38 +0200
Am 07.06.2005 um 14:24 schrieb Richard Stallman:
With C-x d I opened a directory with TeX sources etc. I sorted by
and saw a missfont.log file. I opened it with v, read its contents,
At this point, if you switch back to the dired buffer, has its font
When Aquamacs has launched it uses its default:
When I open the dired buffer, now a new fontset is chosen:
And when I now type v or e on the TeX file it opens in
Then it happened, when I returned to the dired buffer, that it used the
default lucida14 fontset.
Aquamacs has some other peculiarities too. For example I saved the
fontset descriptions into files. Since the buffers contained non-ASCII
characters, a *Warning* buffer opened in its own new frame -- but in
the minibuffer of the other frame, that one containing the fontset
description, I was prompted to select a coding system. Same happens
when you try to let Aquamacs complete for example the file name into
which to save the fontset description. A new frame opens or is re-used
completely for the *Completions* buffer, while the minibuffer in the
other frame ... I think you know already! Using Aquamacs you get easily
Can you provide us with a complete self-contained test case?
I think you actually don't need to care that much about error
descriptions on Aquamacs, that are very specific to it. David Reitter
mentioned that we users should use the 'Send Bug Report...' menu item.
I tried it for the first time and he corrected the issue and correct
the Aquamacs distribution too.
If he would make the *Warning* and *Help* and *Completions* buffers
appear in the same frame, not taking away the prompt from the
If you're not confused, you're not paying attention