Re: [SLE] emacs immediately minimizes to panel
From: Randall R Schulz (rschulz_at_sonic.net)
To: email@example.com Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 13:50:01 -0700
On Monday 23 August 2004 09:30, Patrick John Hays wrote:
> I've developed a weird problem over the last couple of weeks that has
> me stumped. If I start up emacs (using alt-f2 or desktop application
> icon or in terminal window) it almost always immediately minimizes down
> to the panel and i have to click on it down there to get it to open
> properly. This doesn't happen to other programs and in fact once in a
> while (5% of time?) emacs opens properly although I can't detect any
> This problem started out of the blue and I can't figure out where to
> look to fix it. Could someone please point me to a config file or
> whatever that might be causing this?
Might you have logged out or shut down while Emacs was running with its
window minimized to the Taskbar?
Are you running KDE 3.3? If so, had you, prior to the KDE 3.3 upgrade told
KDE to remember the window configuration for Emacs? If so, then the
upgrade to 3.3 caused that remembered window configuration to be
converted to a KDE 3.3 Window-Specific Setting, which by default sets
things like window minimized state to be remembered.
> TIA, Patrick
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