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[Bug 590843] emacs with auctex: every time the mini-buffer is entered and exited, window height is shortened by a line
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  • Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2010 11:02:24 +0000
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Vincenzo Andretta <andretta@xxxxxxxxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Vincenzo Andretta <andretta@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 2010-04-02
11:02:23 UTC ---

I confirm the same behaviour.

I am using:

OpenSuse 11.2 + KDE 4.3.5 (release 0.1.1) + emacs 23.1 (release 3.7.1).

I should also add that if compilation of the LaTeX source is done through the
toolbar icons instead than interacting with the mini-buffer via the keystroke
sequence "C-c C-c", the window height remains constant.

Another case producing a decrease of the window height can be obtained via the
following sequence of actions:

1) Find a file (C-x C-f)
2) Type the first few characters of a LaTeX file name
3) Type "Tab" to open a "Completion" buffer
4) Select the LaTeX file

After step #4 a buffer containing the LaTeX file is opened, and immediately the
emacs window is shortened by one line.

A similar problem has been verified while using IDLWAVE mode, when opening an
IDL shell (command "C-c C-s"), and during subsequent iterations between the
buffer containing the script (mode: IDLWAVE) and the shell buffer (mode:
IDL-Shell:run), iterations usually done through the mini-buffer (e.g.: "C-x b"
to switch between buffers). I can add a detailed sequence of actions to
reproduce the problem, if required.

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