[OS X Emacs] Mysterious frame doubling

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 22:20:30 EST 2009

On 15 Jan 2009, at 20:12, Timothy Hsu wrote:
> 1. Open day.txt by double-clicking an icon.
> 2. "Dock" (minimize?) the day.txt frame by clicking the
> usual yellow button.
> 3. Open addr.txt by double-clicking an icon.
> Then after step 3, a second frame appears with the
> buffer day.txt loaded into it, along with the expected
> frame for addr.txt.

It seems like this disappears when you turn off "Show Buffers in New  
Frames" (Options menu).

>  If I then:
> 4. "Dock" the second day.txt frame.
> 5. Open another file, pay.txt, by double-clicking.
> Then a third day.txt frame will open.

Yes, I can see that, too.

I think it's not the right behavior and I'll have a fix for this in a  
few days.
Thanks for letting us know.

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