Re: [dwm] bottom-cut

From: mikshaw <>
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 10:32:16 -0400

Thanks for that tip. I'll try it out in a few.
To expand on my previous comment, I don't know if aterm itself has this problem,
but applications opened with aterm -e programname do have it. I see it fairly
often with mc, vim, and mutt (not always, but often).

>From Sander van Dijk, (27/08/06 12:35):
> On 8/26/06, mikshaw <> wrote:
> >Aterm (a derivative of rxvt?) does the same thing, not consistently but
> >often enough to be a small annoyance. I fix it by toggling max mode and
> >then back to tile.
> If toggling max fixes it for you, it's possibly related to the
> terminal emulator "missing" the initial resize dwm does (rxvt has that
> too sometimes). If that's the case doing something like this at the
> end of your .kshrc might fix (or rather, work around) it:
> if test "$TERM" = "xterm"
> then
> eval `resize`
> fi
> (change 'xterm' to whatever the value of TERM is in your terminal
> emulator of course (look it up with "echo $TERM"), and change .kshrc
> to whatever your shell's startup script is (probably .bashrc if you're
> on linux).
> Greetings, Sander.
Received on Sun Aug 27 2006 - 16:27:45 UTC

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