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Emacs-trunk half window?

From: Angelo Graziosi
Subject: Emacs-trunk half window?
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 11:54:39 +0100
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When I run the build of current trunk, rev. 99386, Emacs starts with a window of 19 lines instead of 35, as it did until the last build, on 2010.01.20.

This happens on GNU/Linux Kubuntu 9.10 with the following .Xdefaults:

Emacs.FontBackend:      xft
Emacs.font:            Monospace 13
Emacs.geometry:         -0+0

! ---------[ xft ] ---------
Xft*antialias:          true
Xft*autohint:           true

In the above, the line which causes this 'half window' is:

Emacs.font:            Monospace 13

Removing it, Emacs starts with a 'full' window of 38 lines, but with Monospace 12 and not 13, as I would. Setting '13', manually, with 'Options | Set Default Font' still have 38 lines.

Is this a regression or a new behavior? In this last case, how I can set 'Monospace 13' in .Xdefaults?

I need the above .Xdefaults since November 2009. Indeed, as you remember, that time there was a thread closed with [*]. Before I never had .Xdefault on K-9.10. (Really in [*] I reported 'Monospace 12', but '12' was too small, so I changed to '13', and that was fine).


[*] http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2009-11/msg01290.html

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