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fit-frame every time i open a file

From: alxx
Subject: fit-frame every time i open a file
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 06:07:54 -0700 (PDT)


I'm been using emacs (well, Aquamacs for the past year) but I'm still on a
beginner's level. I've went through some of the available tutorials and I'm
also a computer programmer, so I should at least pretend to understand emacs
better :)

Here's my question. I've been getting tired of manually calling fit-frame
everytime I open a file with long lines (I have a wide-screen iMac so soft
wrapping doesn't make much sense), and I would like to know if there's any
easy way to tell emacs to call fit-frame everytime it opens a file.

I tried to hook fit-frame to some of the hooks (specifically,
after-make-frame) but it didn't seem to do much (at least in Aquamacs).
Since I've noticed that Aquamacs sets the mark after each file opening, I
tried to hook fit-frame to activate-mark-hook and that did the trick, except
-- you guessed it -- my window is all over the screen everytime I select

Does anyone know what the correct hook would be to make fit-frame run each
time I open a file? Or what's the correct way to do this?

Thank you!
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