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Re: tool bar icon size problems
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.10009] Sebastian P. Luque wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 10:06:32 +0900,
> Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> No frame size change is observed here.
>> emacs-w3m-version => "1.4.257" emacs-version => "GNU Emacs 184.108.40.206
>> (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.12.5)\n of 2008-02-18 on pastis"
>> (featurep 'gtk) => t w3m-version => "w3m/0.5.2+cvs-1.1001"
>> Maybe it depends on the system (a window manager issue?).
> We have the same emacs-w3m version and pretty close Emacsen, and gtk is
> also t here. Your w3m is a bit more recent than mine. Can't really
> tell whether it's WM issue, but I'm sending a *.png with the emacs-w3m
> buffer and another with a standard *scratch* buffer. Note the space
> around the icons in emacs-w3m; can't recall if that's the way it looked
> before I started seeing this problem. The size jumping happens only in
> frame height. Thanks.
I could reproduce this by changing the value of the variable
`w3m-toolbar-configurations'. The default value for GTK is:
'((tool-bar-button-margin . global))
It means the real value of `tool-bar-button-margin' in the *w3m*
buffer is derived from the global value, i.e., the one in another
Emacs buffer. It doesn't cause the frame height jumping in my
system, but I tried changing the value to
'((tool-bar-button-margin . 10))
and could reproduce it. I could also reproduce it by using the
big icons, which are in the icons30/ directory in the emacs-w3m
There will be two ways to solve the problem. If the emacs-w3m
icons are smaller than the ones that Emacs uses, try customizing
the `w3m-toolbar-configurations' variable into the suitable value.
'((tool-bar-button-margin . 10)))
If the emacs-w3m icons are bigger than the ones that Emacs uses,
You will need to customize both `w3m-toolbar-configurations' and
the global value of `tool-bar-button-margin'.
(setq tool-bar-button-margin 7
'((tool-bar-button-margin . 1)))