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bug#23880: Hyperbole causes frame to widen in Gnus

From: Robert Weiner
Subject: bug#23880: Hyperbole causes frame to widen in Gnus
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 09:03:03 -0400

On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 8:48 AM, Stephen Berman <address@hidden> wrote:
> Henceforth, every time I make the frame width less than 88, on making
> the Gnus Summary buffer current it widens to 88, and on making the
> Article buffer current (as long as point is on a link in that buffer)
> the frame widens to 97.  (If the frame width is already wider than 88 or
> 97, respectively, then making those buffers current does not shrink the
> frame's width.)

Could you write a function that implements all of your steps so this
could be tested?  It is too many steps to do manually.

I don't know why Hyperbole would be adjusting your frame-width without
you asking.  There is a file, hgnus.el which overloads Gnus functions
and has not been modernized for Emacs 25.  Our intent is that the news
and mail functionality is turned off when you load Hyperbole but we'll
have to look and see if hgnus is getting loaded anyway.  Check by
testing if (featurep 'hgnus) returns t or not.  Even then, it
shouldn't adjust frame-width unless this is something Gnus used to do


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