67153Re: increase font size and you don't see the command line any more (bug?)
- Nov 20, 2012Roland Puntaier wrote:
> One probably doesn't change the font size very often, but I recently did andI can't remember why it's different for MS-Windows. Perhaps because it
> could not see the command line any more. Looking into the code I've seen
> that vim increases the window size instead of adapting the line number,
> but interestingly not so for windows. I happen to use Xmonad,
> where window size does not change, so I first regarded this as a bug.
> Still the behavior seems not sensible to me. When I change the font size
> I don't think of changing the window size.
> Or: The windows size seems more important to me than the line number.
> If you agree, please apply the following patch:
> diff -r 57e8b75298d6 src/gui.c
> --- a/src/gui.c Tue Oct 23 05:35:34 2012 +0200
> +++ b/src/gui.c Sun Nov 18 11:34:58 2012 +0100
> @@ -905,13 +905,7 @@
> # endif
> - gui_set_shellsize(FALSE,
> -#ifdef MSWIN
> - TRUE
> - FALSE
> - , RESIZE_BOTH);
> + gui_set_shellsize(FALSE, TRUE, RESIZE_BOTH);
> return ret;
didn't work reliably on Unix?
I could just include this patch and wait until someone complains...
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