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bug#22000: Patch addressing the menu-bar frame-resize interaction

From: Robert Pluim
Subject: bug#22000: Patch addressing the menu-bar frame-resize interaction
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 15:46:41 +0200

Vivek Dasmohapatra <address@hidden> writes:

>> What is the 'root frame'? Surely the only frame that matters is the
>> one displaying the menu bar?
> That is the root frame.


>> Iʼd drop the 'any other value' portion, so as not to constrain any
>> future changes.
> On this specific point, no: I want to clearly document that any unrecognised
> value will result in the default behaviour.


> As to the rest of the changes: Presumably they can be tidied up when/if
> the patches are committed? I don't particularly want to enter an infinite
> edit loop here on the BTS (although thanks for the proofreading).

I was not proposing such a loop, merely offering suggestions that I
thought would aid clarity.

Since weʼre on the subject: I scanned the other patches, and there are
various minor formatting issues there: no double space at the end of
sentence, missing period at the end of sentence, plus some stray "\n"
in lisp doc strings. No need to resend, though :-)

> PS: Regarding the capital-after-a-colon question - this is a rigidly
> defined area of doubt and uncertainty. There appears to be no hard-and-fast
> rule, only whatever's in various house style guides.

Iʼd argue that based on consistency capital letters should only be
used at the start of a sentence, and in this case itʼs a dependent
clause, not a separate sentence. But thatʼs not a very strong rule,
Iʼll admit.


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