Commit 041817a4 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Size and Position): Explain meaning of frame pixel width and height.

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* frames.texi (Size Parameters): Fix typo. * frames.texi (Size Parameters): Fix typo.
(Basic Parameters): For `title', refer to title bar. (Basic Parameters): For `title', refer to title bar.
(Size and Position): Explain meaning of frame pixel width and height.
2007-12-23 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> 2007-12-23 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
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@defun frame-pixel-height &optional frame @defun frame-pixel-height &optional frame
@defunx frame-pixel-width &optional frame @defunx frame-pixel-width &optional frame
These functions return the height and width of @var{frame}, measured in These functions return the height and width of the main display area
pixels. If you don't supply @var{frame}, they use the selected frame. of @var{frame}, measured in pixels. If you don't supply @var{frame},
they use the selected frame.
These values include the internal borders, and windows' scroll bars
and fringes (which belong to individual windows, not to the frame
itself), but do not include menu bars or tool bars (except when using
X without an X toolkit).
@end defun @end defun
@defun frame-char-height &optional frame @defun frame-char-height &optional frame
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