On Saturday, February 23, 2013 2:23:07 AM UTC-6, lith wrote:
> I sometimes use gvim 7.3 @ win7 (64 bit). When I move the gvim window by means of the <windows-key + left/right> key combination to the left or right half of the screen, it seems gvim doesn't properly notice this change. When I invoke any command with :vert prepended (e.g. :vert split), gvim moves the gvim window back to the previous position on the screen.
> 1. Open gvim -> gvim window opens at position #1
> 2. Press <windows-left> -> gvim window is moved to the left (position #2)
> 3. Type :vert split
> Result: The gvim window is back at position #1.
> This problem seems to affect only the win gui. At least with gnome/gtk everything seems ok.
Reproduced with 7.3.762 on 64-bit Windows 7.
gvim -N -u NONE -i NONE
gvim window pops up near middle of screen with 256x80 lines/columns
gvim moves to left side of screen, 48x95 lines/columns
gvim window unnecessarily moves by itself to be somewhat off-screen, still at 48x95
This also happens with the :vnew command.
This looks like a bug. Opening a split window should not move the application window.
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