"Adrian Aichner" <adrian(a)xemacs.org> writes:
> A colleague noticed this problem today with 21.5.28 in an ESS/R context.
> I've been able to reproduce it with just a normal comint shell. To
> * In a fresh frame displaying one window, execute: M-x shell RET
> * Split it twice: C-x 2 C-x 2
> * Navigate to the bottom window: C-x o C-x o
> * Execute a command, e.g.: for i in 1 2 3 ; do echo $i ; done
> * Recall that command with: M-r for RET
> * Note that the window sizes changed. Hit RET to execute the command.
> * Recall it again: M-r for RET
> If your frame was tall enough the window sizes will have changed again. It
> appears to me that the middle window gets the space taken from the bottom
> window. The top window stays fixed in size.
I believe I've finally just fixed this in the xemacs repo---should
propagate to xemacs-beta on Friday or Saturday.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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