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Re: newbie: window layout


From: rory
Subject: Re: newbie: window layout
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 15:15:21 -0800 (PST)
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On Mar 5, 11:04 pm, Thierry Volpiatto <address@hidden>
wrote:
> "Lennart Borgman (gmail)" <address@hidden> writes:
>
> > rory wrote:
> >> Hi everyone, pardon my emacs ignorance but I am having some difficulty
> >> in doing the following: editting my .emacs file so that emacs open
> >> with two windows but the bottom window is shorter than the top. I am
> >> using (split-window-vertically) which seems to split the window up but
> >> after that I can' seem to change their sizes.
>
> You can give an option to (split-window-vertically n)
> ==> n is the number of lines.
> By default the window is split in two equal part.
>
> >> I would also like to
> >> have the first windo black with white writing and the second one white
> >> with black writing.
>
> > Colors are currently per frame, not per window.
>
> --
> A + Thierry
> Pub key:http://pgp.mit.edu

I just sent a reply but it didn't seem to show up. No matter what
number I put after split-window-vertically, apart from an absolutely
huge one, the windows still open up half and half. I'll take out the
default-frame-alist as Peter suggest too in order to tidy up my
startup file. I hope this post shows up on the list..

Rory.


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