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bug#18001: default behavior changes


From: Joel F Rodriguez
Subject: bug#18001: default behavior changes
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 13:13:03 -0700

Thanks for the clarification. But my experience doesn't quite fit with your
explanation in graphical mode. That was the crux of the problem. In
graphical mode I could not resize the emacs display by resizing the window.
It stayed fixed width and at times would not display at all under certain
window sizes.

Using -nw, which according to the docs is not using "graphical mode" results
in the display behavior you describe for "text-terminal".

Thanks.

Joel

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Glenn Morris
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2014 7:12 PM
To: Joel F Rodriguez
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Subject: bug#18001: default behavior changes

"Joel F Rodriguez" wrote:

> I upgraded my OS to FreeBSD9.2-release and now my installation of 
> emacs seems stuck at displaying just 80 columns.
[...]
> On a personal note I find it archaic that when I bring up emacs in a 
> ssh that it comes up in 80 col mode and will not automatically resize 
> to the width of my window.

I'm afraid your report makes little sense to me.

What version of Emacs is this? (The latest is 24.3.) Are you running it in a
text-terminal, or in graphical mode?

Either way, I don't understand.

In a text-terminal, Emacs uses whatever the terminal width is.
It is as far as I know impossible for it to somehow be "less wide" than the
terminal.

In graphical mode, you can make the width whatever you like by resizing it
in the usual way.








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