> Christian Tietze <[hidden email]> writes:
>> Hi Andrii,
> Hi Christian
>> Your Emacs patch for (non)retina screens and frame sizes introduced a
>> very weird bug where on the non-retina screen, the contents of the
>> frame are drawn in 1/4th the available drawing space. It looks fine on
>> the retina screen, though.
>> See screenshots:
>> https://github.com/daviderestivo/homebrew-emacs-head/issues/92 >>
>> I cannot offer a fix suggestion for this, because I don't know the
>> emacs source well. Maybe you know something from the top of your head?
> I'll take a look.
With the commit 0e2b123a4ef600f5b337972a7bb61c1fc4b7d0cd I have no
issue moving frame to the non-retina screen. The issue appears for me
with the commit 68bd6f3ea9c05637501139c46f1f4304482db95f.
bug#46406: 28.0.50; [PATCH] Use frame monitor in frame_float
On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 02:04:24PM +0100, Lars Ingebrigtsen wrote:
> Andrii Kolomoiets <[hidden email]> writes:
> > With the commit 0e2b123a4ef600f5b337972a7bb61c1fc4b7d0cd I have no
> > issue moving frame to the non-retina screen. The issue appears for me
> > with the commit 68bd6f3ea9c05637501139c46f1f4304482db95f.
> > I suspect your issue were introduced in Bug#46155
> OK; adding Alan to the CCs.
Fix pushed as 283f98353fe3549ac8f66a3ab8fba85d93c81a88.
>> On 20. Feb 2021, at 14:00, Lars Ingebrigtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Thanks. Christian, would it be possible for you to update Emacs 28 and
>> confirm that this fixes the problem you were seeing?
> Compiled from source and it looks good on both displays!
Thanks for checking; closing this bug report, then.