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Re: gsettings and daemonized emacs: wrong font in second frame

From: Ulrich Mueller
Subject: Re: gsettings and daemonized emacs: wrong font in second frame
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 14:20:14 +0200

>>>>> On Tue, 23 Aug 2011, Jan Djärv wrote:

>> 1. Start emacs --daemon from Linux console.
>> 2. From within an X session, execute emacsclient -c to create a first
>> Emacs frame.
>> 3. Create a second Emacs frame (with C-x 5 2 in the first frame or
>> with another emacsclient -c, it doesn't matter how).
>> Now, in the first frame, I get Droid Sans Mono as text font, which is
>> what I set in my .Xresources. Whereas in the second frame (and all
>> following frames) the font is DejaVu Sans Mono.
>> What is going on?

> GSettings and GConf override Xresources, so if GSettings have DejaVu
> Sans Mono and font-use-system-font is t, that is the expected
> behaviour. The bug is then why the first frame doesn't use DejaVu.

> If you don't have font-use-system-font set to t, then that is
> another matter.

font-use-system-font is set to nil in my case.

> Does this happen if you start emacs -daemon -q?

Yes, it still happens with emacs -daemon -q (and site-start.el
removed). It also happens for a newly created user.

> I can not reproduce this issue.

I'm using Xfce as desktop environment, in case it should matter.


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