>>>> "VK" == Valdis Kletnieks
VK> Urp. Gak. Gronk.
VK> If toolbar-visible-p isn't the way to do it, why is that what
VK> 'customize' scribbled into my .xemacs/init.el?
even worse than this is...
;; Nuke toolbar. If you know you never want a toolbar, better to
;; disable it via X resources, since whereas doing it here causes it
;; to be drawn then erased, doing it via X resources nukes it from the
;; outset (which is much better if, for example, you want to use
;; XEmacs over a modem.
(add-spec-list-to-specifier default-toolbar-visible-p '((global (nil))))
this used to be the case, at least - if it has changed, my apologies -
I admit I didn't check...
o disabling via X resources can be problematic if displaying on a PC
or Mac via an X server like Exceed or X-Win32
o it's somehow nicer to be able to do everything via elisp
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