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bug#7296: display-pixel-height not enough

From: Jan D.
Subject: bug#7296: display-pixel-height not enough
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 15:15:55 +0200
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Lennart Borgman skrev 2010-10-29 14:28:
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 12:57 PM, Eli Zaretskii<address@hidden>  wrote:
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2010 12:13:49 +0200
From: Jan Djärv<address@hidden>
CC: Lennart Borgman<address@hidden>, address@hidden

What use-case could possibly want to know the dimensions that include
unusable portion?

They are not unusable.  One can create a frame that covers the
On MS-Windows?  If so, what is this bug report about?  It says:

  If you want to know how much height there is available to display a
  frame then display-pixel-height does not give you the information you
  need. The taskbar (w32 name, I have no idea what it is called on other
  platform) and other "bars" may have reserved some of the vertical

"Reserved" means, to me, that those parts cannot be used.  What am I
Perhaps nothing. On w32 maximized windows covers the area that are not
reserved by the taskbar (or other bars). I think this is the area that
we should return (as I have said before).

Maybe a bit of confusion comes in because the taskbar only reserves
this area on w32 if it is not automatically hidden.

I tried on W32 (Windows 7). Maximizing a window does not use the space occupied by the taskbar, but there is no problem in creating a frame that does. So an unmximized window can be taller than a maximized one. On Gnome, the window manager won't let you do this, so when you set frame height/geometry to anything that might cover a panel, it adjusts the X window so it doesn't cover any panels.

    Jan D.

    Jan D.

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