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Re: How to restore the layout?

From: Angelo Graziosi
Subject: Re: How to restore the layout?
Date: Sat, 06 Jul 2013 11:10:48 +0200
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Il 06/07/2013 10.47, martin rudalics ha scritto:
 >>> (1) What is the maximize button and how do I (de-)select it?
 >> I guess the "maximize button" is the one which normally shows a single
 >> rectangle, and, when the frame is maximized (i.e. the button is
 >> "selected"), it shows two rectangles which partially overlap.
 > Exactly!

... and how do you (de-)select it?  The only way I can do that here is
by clicking that button, neither M-f10 nor f11 do it.  And when I click

Yes, one should reclick it... and f11 (two times) puts Emacs in fullscreen but the maximize button is not selected (it shows only one rectangle/box). M-f10 does not seem to work rightly..


that button and "the frame is maximized/its maximize button is
selected", my fullscreen frame parameter is nil.  Unless we fix that (on
Windows only, I presume), we can't expect desktop or the window-state
functions to save and restore it.


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