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Re: Minimum frame size in Windows

From: Lennart Borgman
Subject: Re: Minimum frame size in Windows
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 18:14:48 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20061025)

Drew Adams wrote:
There's an old hack in src/w32fns.c to avoid the user resizing an
Emacs frame below the minimum tracking size (else the user can, for
example, make a window showing only a fraction of the window caption,
which looks ugly).

However, the hack is not working. I propose fixing it with the
following straightforward patch.

Perhaps I don't understand correctly, but if this prevents users or Lisp code 
from making frames smaller than the frame title, I am 100% against it.

I am probably against preventing users or Lisp code resizing a frame in _any_ 
way, especially in C code that cannot easily be overridden in Lisp. Please, 
hands off my ugly frames ;-).

No, Juanma is only AFAICS trying to avoid making a frame window smaller than the systems limits to window sizes in a simple way when adjusting the size to fit whole characters.

Looks ok to me.

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