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bug#11939: 24.1; `save-buffers-kill-emacs' loses minibuffer focuswhenitc

From: martin rudalics
Subject: bug#11939: 24.1; `save-buffers-kill-emacs' loses minibuffer focuswhenitcalls `list-processes'
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 10:58:18 +0200

>>  >> Tell me the value of the *Help*
>>  >> window's `quit-restore' parameter.

>>  >
>>  > Before loading your code there is no such parameter present.
>>  > Likewise after loading it: no such parameter.
>> Whenever I call `display-buffer', the window used has the

>> `quit-restore' parameter set.  If it doesn't on your system,
>> I don't know.
> I don't know either.  I've never seen that frame parameter.
> This has nothing specially to do with the *Help* frame.  When I do
> (frame-parameters) in ANY frame I do not see a parameter named `quit-restore'.
> Am I missing something?  Is this parameter not returned via `frame-parameters'
> or something?

It's returned via `window-parameters'.

>>  >>  > IOW, the *Help* frame is apparently no longer
>>  >>  > special-display as it should be.
>>  >>
>>  >> It still is and should call `frame-auto-hide-function'.
>>  >
>>  > No idea what that means.
>> `frame-auto-hide-function' is the function called to
>> automatically hide frames.
> What I don't understand is your statement "It still is".  From appearances it 
> not special-display, in the sense that its frame does not seem to be 

The notion "dedicated frame" is an aberration of the Elisp manual.
Emacs code nowhere supports such a notion.  What "appearances" have to
do with dedicatedness is beyond my imagination.


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