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bug#9925: 24.0.91; Maxmized, minimize, restore: emacs window hides under
bug#9925: 24.0.91; Maxmized, minimize, restore: emacs window hides under taskbar
Mon, 28 May 2012 10:57:02 -0400
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On 2012-05-25 13:04, Juanma Barranquero wrote:
>>> 1) Move Windows XP taskbar to left side of screen.
>>> 1) Run "emacs -Q"
>>> 2) Click the maximize button (in the window title bar).
>>> 3) Click the minimize button (in the window title bar).
>>> 4) Click the emacs taskbar button.
>>> Actual Result:
>>> Emacs window is shoved to the left-hand edge of the screen, partly obscured
>>> behind the taskbar.
>> I testing this issue on Windows 7 and got the same results. This is not
>> limited to Windows XP.
> I can not reproduce it on Windows 7. After 4), Emacs uses the full
> screen, minus the left-side taskbar, which is not obscured.
Sorry, I left out an important detail. For Windows 7, you must be
running the "Windows Classic" theme. With any of the normal themes,
emacs work correctly.