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2428Re: [jasspa] 20090909 Linux, window height = entire screen

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  • Jon Green
    Sep 26, 2009
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    Tom Hundt wrote:
    > Hi, I'm having the following issue running the 20090909 release on CentOS Linux.
    > Upon running the X11 version of the program, the window height expands
    > to fill the entire screen, top to bottom. $frame-depth gets set
    > accordingly (79, in my case).
    > And, even weirder, the width. The first time it might be at 80, then
    > when I exit and rerun it, it's 67, then like 30, then like 20, then
    > like 8, then goes back to 80. Strange!
    > It also resets to a tall+skinny size when I switch color schemes. I
    > think it does a general "reset" of the display part of things when you
    > switch schemes. It's this resetting that is guessing the size
    > parameters wrong.
    > It does it even without running company files. (I.e., just the
    > default macros.) But, if I run the binary from the build directory
    > (i.e., MEPATH not set, so it can't find *any* of the macro files), it
    > works okay (and complains it can't find "me" i.e., me.emf -- as
    > expected.). So, right now I'm guessing it's something in the macro
    > files and/or the registry that's causing the problem.
    > Q. How do you find out what the current registry file is? (in my case
    > typically ~/.jasspa/thundt.erf -- but how to confirm?) This doesn't
    > seem to be in any variable.
    > I've been grepping for "-depth" (window-depth and frame-depth) in the
    > macro files but haven't figured out which one it is. I'm wondering if
    > it could be the registry. If I wipe mine out, it comes up with a
    > window 30 x <screen-height> with the user-setup page in it.
    > Workaround is to manually set the $frame-depth to something
    > reasonable, or move+resize the window. (Actually I have a macro that
    > cycles through a few common width x depth combinations for me.)
    > The weird thing about my setup is that it's a 3 monitors wide desktop.
    > X11 client is Cygwin/X X Server 1.5.3 (20090222), ultimately on top of
    > WinXP latest updates.
    > Linux info is this:
    > Linux <hostname_removed> 2.6.18-128.1.10.el5xen #1 SMP Thu May 7
    > 11:07:18 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    > Any ideas?
    > Thanks,

    Hi Tom,

    Attached is a fix.

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