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Re: [opensuse] konsole dictating dimensions of gvim window
On Thu, Jun 04, 2015 at 12:50:53AM -0400, Anton Aylward wrote:
On 06/03/2015 09:39 PM, toothpick wrote:
I have bash scripts that start gvim with for example option

It would have been nice if you'd mentioned this to start with and how
you used those options in the different contexts.

but -- it's kind of irrelevant

* You might also research to see what other initializations files are *
* executed. *

the resizing is not coming from any initialization file mentioned in

:scriptnames

as I said, it's coming from the fact that I start the gvim session from
a konsole command line, as evidenced from the fact that it doesn't
happen when I start gvim from the alt-F2 run starter

this is either konsole, or kdm, or kde taking liberties with my window
management

When I read the various ones I have I see that I can set window size and
position according to the type of file I'm editing without the need for
the kind of command line option you use, just by making use of file name
suffices and/or MIME type.

No need to anything extra on the command line!

You might also look into that.

yes, thank you -- you've been most helpful


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