On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 5:07 AM, Uwe Brauer <oub(a)mat.ucm.es> wrote:
>> "Jeff" == Jeff Sparkes <jsparkes(a)gmail.com>
> I've fixed this. It's in the new
as well as my original
> I hope I updated the bug tracker
I compiled it and yes C-g works!
- vertical resizing does not work! This is a real problem (I am on
a 12 inch Laptop)
In theory, (setq default-frame-plist '(height 20)) should work. In
practice, I had to edit frame-gtk.c and replace three instances of 40 with
20 to get a 20 line high frame. I just checked in a change setting the
default height to 24, which should help you.
- horizontal resizing sort of works, but after some seconds the
window resizes back to its original state.
GTK resizing is a complicated process. I'm working on it.
- the fonts are still to small and cannot be changed by any means I
Go into src/faces.c and look for "Monospace 10". The 10 is the point size.
I don't actually know where the Hebrew characters are coming from. Trying
putting unifont first with a larger font size. Make sure it's installed;
ubuntu doesn't select it by default.
The default font might be Deja Vu Sans Mono. GTK makes it rather hard to
Hmm, I just tried "Droid Sans Mono" and Hebrew looked better.
Could you please try to solve problem 1? Or shall I also submit it
As for 2+3, could you provide some documentation how to deal with it?
I would like to continue some testing but without 1+2+3 solved that is
Thanks for the nice work
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