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bug#117: bug 117: messed up frame parameters

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#117: bug 117: messed up frame parameters
Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2008 13:36:14 -0700

Update for a more recent version:
"GNU Emacs (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600)
 of 2008-08-01 on LENNART-69DE564"

Progress: Some of the frame parameters that were incorrect in the first frame
now appear OK. Similarly for my custom *Completions* frame, *Help* frame, and
special-display frames - they all generally look OK now. Thanks for fixing this.

However, although the frames generally look OK now, there are still multiple
occurrences of the same frame parameters in `frame-parameters' - see attached
files, which show the value of (frame-parameters). 

In addition, the fringe parameters are still wrong for the first frame: Fringe
appears in the first frame (it should not), but not in subsequent frames (as it
should not. This is my `default-frame-alist' (see oneonone.el):

((foreground-color . "Black")
 (background-color . "LightBlue")
 (font . "-*-Lucida Console-normal-r-*-*-14-112-96-96-c-*-iso8859-1")
 (mouse-color . "Red")
 (cursor-color . "Red")
 (cursor-type . bar)
 (menu-bar-lines . 1)
 (top . 0)
 (left . 0)
 (width . 80)
 (height . 35)
 (user-position . t)
 (vertical-scroll-bars . right)
 (left-fringe . 0)
 (right-fringe . 0)
 (fringe . 0)
 (menu-bar-lines . 1)
 (tool-bar-lines . 0))

The attached files show the actual frame parameters for the first frame and
subsequent (non-special) frames.

Note: By "first frame", I mean the first frame other than my standalone
minibuffer frame. In this case, the first frame shows Dired. I then used `C-x 5
d' to get the second frame.

Thx - Drew

P.S. Although things are generally better now than for the 7/26 build, there is
regression in the display of fonts for both tabbar.el tabs and About Emacs
screen. I filed separate bugs for those problems, but the same startup files are
involved: hexrgb.el and oneonone.el.

[Also, I still see the problem that a frame's text will often become blanked out
partially or completely and remain that way. I must select the frame and do
`C-l' to get the text back. I assume that this is a general problem that has
already been reported.]

> From: Drew Adams Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2008 8:28 AM
> You can use the attached code to repro the problem.
> See initial bug report for symptom details.
> emacs -Q --debug-init -l ".../path/to/hexrgb.el" -l 
> ".../path/to/oneonone.el" -f
> "1on1-emacs"

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