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May 9, 2012 ... A frame is rectangular, with four frame borders. A frame usually has a title bar
with a frame title (name). A frame usually has a MenuBar, just ...
Jan 4, 2015 ... In particular, fit a frame to its buffers. ;; ;; Commands and user options (variables)
are provided here to resize ;; (shrink-wrap) a frame to fit its ...
Jan 4, 2015 ... autofit-frame.el --- Automatically resize one-window frames to fit ;; ;; Filename:
autofit-frame.el ;; Description: Automatically resize one-window ...
Note: Because Emacs is not really designed to be frame-oriented, there are some
built-in and standard functions that produce less-than-desirable results when ...
Apr 21, 2013 ... Put this file in your load path and add the next line to your init file (without the
semicolons): ;;(require 'frame-restore) ;; 2. Evaluate the next line ...
Frame parameters control frame appearance and behavior. Some frame
parameters control frame colors. Here is a quick and dirty example for GNU
Mar 1, 2011 ... transpose-frame.el provides some interactive functions which allows users to
transpose windows arrangement in currently selected frame.
When you have multiple frames, there is no advantage (that I can see) for each
frame to have its own MiniBuffer. In fact, it can sometimes be confusing, in terms ...
This page is about changing the colors of an Emacs Frame. You have at ... Stop
cycling through frame colors when you get to the color you want: ` doremi-bg ...
The frame-bufs packages extends Emacs's buffer menu so that it understands a
distinction between those buffers that “belong” to a frame and those that do not.