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Re: 23.1.92; `x-show-tip' and `tooltip-frame-parameters' do not respect
Re: 23.1.92; `x-show-tip' and `tooltip-frame-parameters' do not respect `left' and `top'
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 15:03:28 -0700
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On 3/13/2010 1:15 PM, Chong Yidong wrote:
Emacs 18.104.22.168 (Pretest) on Windows 7: the tooltip follows the mouse as
described. Also, the tooltip is only visible when the mouse is NOT
within the Emacs window but somewhere else on the desktop. Then the
tooltip appears with the mouse cursor pointing to the upper left corner.
It does not appear at all when the mouse cursor is within the bounds of
the Emacs window. Therefore, in full screen mode the tooltip never appears.
"Drew Adams"<address@hidden> wrote:
M-: (x-show-tip "aaaaaaaa" (selected-frame) '((left . 30) (top . 40)) 10 0 0)
Instead of displaying the tooltip frame at the absolute
location specified by `left' and `top', it always displays it at the mouse
position plus the DX and DY (0 and 0 here).
This is reported to be a regression against Emacs 22. Unfortunately,
it's Windows-only, and I can't reproduce it. Could someone with access
to a Windows box give it a shot