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bug#31880: 26.1; VC mode line popup when clicked is off screen


From: Brian Zwahr
Subject: bug#31880: 26.1; VC mode line popup when clicked is off screen
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018 15:15:03 -0500

I'm not exactly sure what to do with this. I assume I need to get the latest source and build it, after applying this diff? Where do I get the source? I've never built Emacs from source before. I'll try to get to it when I can.

On Wed, 2018-06-20 at 16:31 +0200, Robert Pluim wrote:
martin rudalics <address@hidden> writes:

It should, but it doesnʼt. I see similar problems here, but I donʼt
understand why (unless this is another instance of "Mixing X and GTK
calls will bite your arse eventually").

What happens when you move a frame to the bottom of your screen and
open a menu bar entry?  Does it also get hidden?

No, menu bar menus are fine.

GTK tooltips seem to appear in the right place, so Iʼll look for
inspiration there.

It's up to GTK to decide whether a menu fits on the screen so maybe it
messes up the height of menu bar text when scaling is in effect.  Does
scaling affect the height of menus in the first place?  Does it affect
the height of tooltips?


Yes and yes, because it affects the size of the font used to display
them.

Thanks for looking into this, martin

Yet another instance of a disagreement between how GTK and X calculate
pixels. Who will rid me of this turbulent mix?

Brian, would it be possible for you to try out the following patch? It
fixes things for me here.

diff --git i/src/xmenu.c w/src/xmenu.c
index e7ef31ac56..3a245771e1 100644
--- i/src/xmenu.c
+++ w/src/xmenu.c
@@ -1162,11 +1162,16 @@ menu_position_func (GtkMenu *menu, gint *x, gint *y, gboolean *push_in, gpointer
   GtkRequisition req;
   int max_x = -1;
   int max_y = -1;
+  int scale = 1;
 
   Lisp_Object frame, workarea;
 
   XSETFRAME (frame, data->f);
 
+#ifdef HAVE_GTK3
+  scale = xg_get_scale (data->f);
+#endif
+
   /* TODO: Get the monitor workarea directly without calculating other
      items in x-display-monitor-attributes-list. */
   workarea = call3 (Qframe_monitor_workarea,
@@ -1192,11 +1197,18 @@ menu_position_func (GtkMenu *menu, gint *x, gint *y, gboolean *push_in, gpointer
       max_y = x_display_pixel_height (dpyinfo);
     }
 
+  /* frame-monitor-workarea and {x,y}_display_pixel_width/height all
+     return device pixels, but GTK wants scaled pixels.  The positions
+     passed in via data were already scaled for us.  */
+  max_x /= scale;
+  max_y /= scale;
   *x = data->x;
   *y = data->y;
 
   /* Check if there is room for the menu.  If not, adjust x/y so that
-     the menu is fully visible.  */
+     the menu is fully visible.  gtk_widget_get_preferred_size returns
+     scaled pixels, so there is no need to apply the scaling
+     factor.  */
   gtk_widget_get_preferred_size (GTK_WIDGET (menu), NULL, &req);
   if (data->x + req.width > max_x)
     *x -= data->x + req.width - max_x;




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