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Re: gtk toolbar bug (was Re: What is the proper way to set the default

From: Deniz Dogan
Subject: Re: gtk toolbar bug (was Re: What is the proper way to set the default font these days?)
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 19:49:55 +0200

2009/6/29 Bruce Stephens <address@hidden>:
> Chong Yidong <address@hidden> writes:
>> Deniz Dogan <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Having talked to some people on the XMonad mailing list, it seems that
>>> it is probably Emacs that has the bug in this case.
>> What's the reasoning behind this conclusion?
>> It sounds like you have two separate issues: (i) font setting in X
>> resources not being recognized, and (ii) incorrect window sizing.  It's
>> plausible that (ii) is an Emacs bug, since interaction with window
>> managers is a tricky issue; one thing you can try is to compile Emacs
>> without GTK support, and see if that makes a difference.
> For (ii), GTK does make a difference.  I built using
> --with-x-toolkit=lucid, and "emacs -Q" shows no problem (I can see a
> toolbar and the minibuffer).  With gtk, I see the toolbar, but the frame
> is obviously too tall and I don't see the minibuffer.
> It is as though the frame is being displayed correctly without the
> toolbar, and then the toolbar is just added moving the rest down,
> without the proper interaction with the window manager to readjust the
> size.
> [...]

Finally someone who managed to reproduce it other than me! I have this
exact problem! Any solutions around?

Deniz Dogan

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