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I write code using xemacs (proper old skool, I know, and I like it!) Anyway, I have a little bash script to set it up how I want it, which ...
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- 01-26-2011 #1
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How to get a window to appear maximised?
Anyway, I have a little bash script to set it up how I want it, which is as follows:
#!/bin/bash xemacs -bg ivory $1 &
I'm running Gnome on Debian 5.0 (Lenny).
Thanks in advance.
- 01-26-2011 #2
Xemacs has a geometry option you can set.
Specify the geometry of the initial window. The ##'s represent a number; the four numbers are width (characters), height (characters), X offset (pixels), and Y offset (pixels), respectively. Partial specifications of the form ##x## or +##+## are also allowed. (The geometry specification is in the standard X format; see X(1) for more information.)
Otherwise, various window managers have differing capabilities in this area. AFIAK, nautilus sucks in this regard. You could run your GNOME session with openbox as the wm, which easily can do this by setting in your rc.xml file something like
<applications> <application name="xemacs"> <desktop>1</desktop> <maximized>yes</maximized> </application> </applications>