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Re: Annoying 1 pixel border when using LessTif

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: Annoying 1 pixel border when using LessTif
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 20:33:53 +0200 (CEST)

On 24 Oct 2001, Gerd Moellmann wrote:

> Simon Josefsson <address@hidden> writes:
> > > My eyes aren't the best: where should I look for that 1 pixel border?
> >
> > Outside of the entire emacs window, right before your wm (if any) adds its
> > own borders.  Try clicking on the menubar, then it should blink as well
> > (the border is usually black but when blinking it also contains white dots).
> The blinking must be a feature of that particular LessTif version.  I
> don't see it here with an older version and with OpenMotif.  Anyway,
> I think the border in question should be the `internal border', frame
> parameter `internal-border-width' I believe.

No, the border I'm talking about is outside of `internal-border-width'.
It is probably specific to LessTif, yes.

> > (I'm on a 800x600 display, so 1 pixel borders around windows results in
> > loss of more than .5 % of the screen estate.  Quite noticable.)
> Hm, vert. 2/600 = 1/300 and hoiz. 2/800 = 1/400 > 0.5%? :-).

If I maximize emacs, it is 800+800+600+600 pixels = 0.59 % of a 800x600

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