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Tue, 19 Sep 2000 17:57:16 +0200 (CEST)
Gnus/5.0808 (Gnus v5.8.8) Emacs/21.0.90
Miles Bader <address@hidden> writes:
> > > 1) What is wierd narrow region at the bottom of the toolbar, separated
> > > from the main toolbar by a line?
> > This is kind of a consequence of Emacs still being column/line-based.
> > Frame and window sizes must be multiples of the frame font's
> > width/height. The tool bar is an Emacs window, and the ``separator''
> > is actually the partially visible next tool bar line.
> It would look a lot better without it...
Yup. I think shaking out this ugly (part of) column/line orientation
is something important to fix in 21.2. It's not easy, though. Anyone
interested in giving it a try?
> The odd thing is that the icons seem be vertically centered without
> respect to the extra vestigial line, which I wouldn't expect from it
> being a partially-displayed extra line (you can easily see this if
> you increase the :height of the default face to 360 or something).
> If I narrow the window so that the toolbar gets displayed as multiple
> lines, all but the last real line get displayed as `normal' height lines
> (i.e., that exactly fit the icon height), and the last real line is much
> taller, but *still* with the narrow vestigial toolbar-line following.
> The toolbar icons on the last toolbar line are centered vertically as if
> the vestigial extra line were part of the extra-tall last line...
> It's wierd, anyway.
That's probably some bug somewhere. I'll try to fix it.