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Re: -geometry vs. tool-bar-mode

From: Dan Jacobson
Subject: Re: -geometry vs. tool-bar-mode
Date: 27 Jul 2002 05:29:28 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

>>>>> "A" == Alfred M Szmidt <address@hidden> writes:

A> What do you mean? If I specify `emacs -geometry 100x100' then I will get
A> the width and height as I would expect it (100x100 characters).

I bet it is us users with (tool-bar-mode 0) in .emacs that feel the
silliest about this calculation.  Can please
1. --geometry be evaluated _after_ the tool-bar-mode, or
2. prominent words be added to the emacs man page -geometry section
warning that if one dabbles with tool-bar-mode 0, one must rethink his
-geometry wishes.  Also add this to emacs --help output.
By the way, on the man page don't you want to write --geometry etc. instead
of -geometry, at least judging from the emphasis "--" is given on the
--help output.  Yes, both work (do mention that) but we want to
promote "--".

Also note --geometry vs tool-bar-mode in the tool-bar-mode docstrings.

Anyways, all I know is the size reported by alt f8 in icewm ... 

OK, so I've got it all upside down, whatever.

All I wanted to do was have a "fullsize" emacs created from my
.xsession file.

Why may I ask does
$ emacs #from the shell
give me one
emacs & in .xsession
give me one that is 3 lines shorter.  Yes my xrdb line comes first.
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