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  1. 我的Wiki:Frame
    A frame is rectangular, with four frame borders. A frame usually has a title bar
    with a frame title (name). A frame usually has a MenuBar, just under the title bar.

  2. EmacsWiki: fit-frame.el
    In particular, fit a frame to its buffers. ;; ;; Commands and user options (variables)
    are provided here to resize ;; (shrink-wrap) a frame to fit its displayed buffers, ...

  3. EmacsWiki: autofit-frame.el
    Jan 4, 2015 ... autofit-frame.el --- Automatically resize one-window frames to fit ;; ;; Filename:
    autofit-frame.el ;; Description: Automatically resize one-window ...

  4. EmacsWiki: Transpose Frame
    Mar 1, 2011 ... transpose-frame.el provides some interactive functions which allows users to
    transpose windows arrangement in currently selected frame.

  5. EmacsWiki: Frame Modes
    Note: Because Emacs is not really designed to be frame-oriented, there are some
    built-in and standard functions that produce less-than-desirable results when ...

  6. EmacsWiki: Frame Size
    May 14, 2014 ... At Emacs Startup. Possibilities: Use command line options. -mm : Maximize the
    first frame. E.g, use this as the Target of an MS Windows ...

  7. EmacsWiki: Frame Title
    Commands to Rename Frames; Setting the Frame Title and Icon Title. Examples
    of Setting Frame and Icon Titles; Discussion. Setting Xterm Window Titles from ...

  8. EmacsWiki: Frame Parameters
    Frame parameters control frame appearance and behavior. Some frame
    parameters control frame colors. Here is a quick and dirty example for GNU

  9. EmacsWiki: transpose-frame.el
    Mar 1, 2011 ... transpose-frame.el ... functions which allows users ;; to transpose windows
    arrangement in currently selected frame: ;; ;; `transpose-frame' .

  10. EmacsWiki: Frame Bufs
    The frame-bufs packages extends Emacs's buffer menu so that it understands a
    distinction between those buffers that “belong” to a frame and those that do not.



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