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Re: GNU Emacs 21 and the tool-bar-button-*variables
From: TSUCHIYA Masatoshi <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 19:21:27 +0900
> Thank you for your report.
> I think that the following change will satisfy your point. Is my
> understanding right?
> --- w3m-e21.el 2001/12/14 08:17:29 1.60
> +++ w3m-e21.el 2001/12/17 10:11:01
> @@ -207,10 +207,12 @@
> :type 'boolean)
> (defvar w3m-e21-toolbar-configurations
> - '((auto-resize-tool-bar . t)
> + `((auto-resize-tool-bars . t)
> (auto-raise-tool-bar-buttons . t)
> (tool-bar-button-margin . 0)
> - (tool-bar-button-relief . 2)))
> + ,@(and (<= emacs-major-version 21)
> + (<= emacs-minor-version 1)
> + '((tool-bar-button-relief . 2)))))
Is there any reason to fiddle with these variables at all? The default
values of tool-bar-button-relief and tool-bar-button-margin in GNU Emacs
are pretty ugly, I personally use
'(tool-bar-button-margin 4 t)
'(tool-bar-button-relief 1 t)
and I want to propagate these values on emacs-devel@ as well. On the other
hand, I can not find the reason why any package should fiddle with this
setting at all.
... and the program is stable like baseground during an earthquake.
-- Matthias Eckermann about beta of some program