giacomo.boffi at polimi.it
Tue Nov 10 04:37:40 EST 2009
Giacomo Boffi writes:
> Steve Youngs writes:
> > > Steve, SXEmacs has antialiased fonts?
> > Not yet. :-(
> > However, that question does make me wonder... Could this be a XFT issue?
> > Steve T, possible? Giacomo, if I were in your shoes I'd try a non-xft
> > build. I'm not completely sure of the configure option (don't have a
> > XEmacs source tree handy to check), but probably `--without-xft'.
> i've been and will be away from my pc, i'm going to make this test
> tomorrow morning
i've built a "--with-xft=none" executable, i've tested it  and i've
found the usual problems when xemacs is started in X and later i
attach from an xterm using "gnuclient -nw" (should you need a
reminder, please see the no-vm-no-gnus screen dump i've posted in a
previous message in this thread)
just for completeness, i started xemacs in a terminal emulator (with
"-nw") and then i attached a different xterm using "gnuclient -nw": as
i previosly reported, there is no problem of windos shrinking in this
if you need further help from my side, i'm sorry but you should
provide me with detailed instructions...
 i've tested xemacs using the command line suggested by SteveY
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