Ar an t-ochtú lá déag de mí Méan Fómhair, scríobh Olle Olsson:
The XEmacs frame seems to disappear, but either it is (in
mode") locaded off screen, or it has a size that makes it
"invisible". When using Windows GUI command "Maximize", it does
and nicely occupies all of the screen, as it should. Choosing Windows
GUI "Restore" makes it "go away" again.
A work around would be to type C-x 5 2, which would create a new window
(“frame” in emacs terms) with the normal size and placement, and then C-x 5
0 in the original frame to delete it.
This behavior has occurred a few times, and I do not know just what
When in this "none-or-maximal" state, I maximized it, switched to a
"buffer in other frame", hoping to get a normal XEmacs frame.
Ahh ... and that kind of suggests that my approach won’t work.
Yes it did appear, but then the process crashed.
This is not easy to reproduce. I have no steps that will guarantee
that it happens.
I’d love to see a C backtrace from this. It sounds like it would be
necessary to run XEmacs within a debugger to get it, though :-/ .
“Apart from the nine-banded armadillo, man is the only natural host of
Mycobacterium leprae, although it can be grown in the footpads of mice.”
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