Ar an séú lá déag de mí Meitheamh, scríobh gyre(a)kop.org:
I've looked through the code. I've googled. I can't
easily find an answer
for this question.
I'd like to disable the toolbar from ever appearing on the initial X11
window using either command line options or X11 resources.
You can run your XEmacs like so:
env XEMACSDEBUG="(set-specifier top-toolbar-height 0)" xemacs
I agree that we should have a more user-friendly way to load configuration
information before the X11 connnection is made.
Currently the best that I can do is have it appear, briefly, then
Apart from looking fugly, I have a feeling it's partly to blame for the
increased start-up time when I log into a remote linux box and fire up an
XEmacs with the display on the local box.
An alternative here is to start an XEmacs under screen (with the DISPLAY
environment variable unset), and then connect to that XEmacs with gnuclient,
with a DISPLAY variable that is set. (You’ll need to have called
(gnuserv-start) in your init file, of course.) The newly created gnuclient
frame will respect all your custom settings, your ~/.xemacs/init.el , and
the X resources of your local display. And you can come back to the same
session later from somewhere else and your state will be preserved.
I'm using the default XEmacs build on Fedora 17. Details below.
Any help gratefully received.
‘Liston operated so fast that he once accidentally amputated an assistant’s
fingers along with a patient’s leg, […] The patient and the assistant both
died of sepsis, and a spectator reportedly died of shock, resulting in the
only known procedure with a 300% mortality.’ (Atul Gawande, NEJM, 2012)
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