Martin Marques wrote: : Dean S. Messing escribió: : > Dean Messing wrote: : > : A few weeks ago I asked if anyone running 64bit F7 with KDE was having : > : resizing problems with Emacs and several here confirmed the bug. : > : : > : Today I had a few minutes and so I built both the F7 and F8 src.rpm of : > : Emacs on a 32 bit FC6 laptop (which was all I have access to today) and : > : experienced the same problems. Evidently the move to Emacs-22.1 in F7 : > : has introduced this bug and it has nothing to do with the machine : > : arch. That's my guess. : > : : > : Would two or three of you confirm this for 32-bit F8? Just fire up : > : emacs and bink on the maximise button. Then bink it again and see if : > : Emacs returns to its original size. : > : : > : I'd like to know the behaviour under both Gnome and KDE. I only have : > : KDE where it's broken for me. Thanks. I'll add your results to: : > : : > : <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=393441> : > : : > : and see if I can get some action on this bug. : > : > Sorry to reply to my own message. : > : > I just discovered that this is a "well-known" bug w/in the emacs : > development crowd (including Richard Stallman). There is evidently : > a nasty interaction between Emacs-22 and KDE which is causing this : > annoying bug. (Explains why I am not seeing it with Gnome.) As of : > Dec. 8th, they were working on it. : > : > Please ignore the above request for tests. Fedora : > probably won't touch this if it's being worked on upstream. : > : >  <http://www.nabble.com/[email protected]:-Several-problems-in-KDE-KWin--td14216807.html> : : Add this to the bugzilla you filled, so that others know too. Good idea. Done.