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Re: startup frame position

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: startup frame position
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2006 21:08:51 +0200

* Eli Zaretskii (2006-06-25) writes:

>> From: Ralf Angeli <address@hidden>
>> Note that only the case of vertical adjustment in case the lower
>> part of the frame is covered by the task bar.  I haven't seen
>> problems with frame positioning if the task bar is located at the
>> top or the sides of the desktop.
> Don't we lose when the task bar is on the left as well?  If not, why
> not?

Frankly, I cannot answer this question with knowledge about how frame
placement works in Windows.  There simply wasn't any problem when I
tried it.  And if there were problems lurking, I'd expect them to be
with the task bar on the right side and wide frames, i.e. the
horizontal equivalent of the problem we saw with the bottom of the
frame covered by a task bar at the bottom of the desktop.

BTW, that latter problem seems to be dependent on the frame height.
Short frames will be placed correctly while tall frames might be
covered by the task bar.  And this problem is not unique to Emacs but
happens with other applications as well, judging from experimenting
with a small example application.


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