|Subject:||Re: fit-frame every time i open a file|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Oct 2007 23:12:46 +0300|
On Oct 15, 2007, at 9:41 PM, Drew Adams wrote:
I actually take pride in that :)
I added the hook manually (I honestly didn't know about M-: because I'm not a LISP programmer, though it's on my list) and the effect was this: any file I opened came up in a frame exactly the same dimensions as the current frame (which, as it happens, had been fit-framed). The dimensions of the new frames are now irrespective of the frame best fit (i.e., if I manually call fit-frame, the frame resizes).
However, if I resize the current window by dragging its corner (Aquamacs lets you do that), then the files I subsequently open still have the same dimensions that the current window originally had. In other words, width/height seem to have been frozen when I added the hook, somehow.
Taking a look at the variable in question, I get this:
A quick grep showed that the second call has nothing to do with either of your two libraries. I don't know how to look it up inside emacs to see where it comes from. :(
Now again nothing happens when I open new files. They seem to open with the default width/height and are resized to best fit when I call fit-frame manually.
Thank you, I do, but since the test failed, I don't see the point in reversing the order of the only 2 functions that were hooked...
I read everything you write carefully. I know (empirically) what fit-frame does and what it doesn't do, and we're not having a case of enforced line width limits (besides, those are accessible as configuration parameters within Aquamacs -- one of the reasons I thought fit-frame would be better integrated).
Given this new information, is there anything else I could try? The problem started off pretty simple, but now seems to be getting hairier... Aquamacs support is rather scarce, and I'm surprised to discover that nobody from their team is on this list also.
Thank you for your support so far,
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