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Re: emacs resize hangs F7!



On 29/08/2007, William Murray <W J Murray rl ac uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-08-29 at 13:27 -0400, fedora-list-request redhat com wrote:
> >
> > Is it only emacs (sounds like it)?  If it is then check into
> > your .emacs
> > config file for something that looks out-of-place.  Perhaps
> > rename .emacs to something else and start emacs to see what happens.
> > Sounds like X is blocking.
> >
> > Can you hit <Ctrl><Alt><F1> and get to a console login while it's
> > unresponsive (<Ctrl><Alt><F7> to get back, BTW)?  I had a screensaver
> > issue a few years ago where the screen would sometimes be split with
> > the
> > top edge actually drawn across the center of the monitor.
> >
> > -- Mark C. Allman, PMP
> > -- Allman Professional Consulting,
> > Inc.
> > -- www.allmanpc.com, 617-947-4263
>   Excellent  <Ctrl><Alt><F1>  followed by <Ctrl><Alt><F7> gives me my
> screen back. Nice. But still not really a solution :(
>
>   I tried removing my .emacs and .emacs.d but that made no difference.
>       At least I have a workaround now.

Pressing numlock approx. twice should work around it, too. And
disabling "Assistive Technologies" in the GNOME menu is an automatic
work-around.

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/224611


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