Commit 56443690 authored by Juri Linkov's avatar Juri Linkov

* doc/emacs/frames.texi (Multiple Displays): Add make-frame-on-monitor.

* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Multiple Terminals): Add make-frame-on-monitor.
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......@@ -899,6 +899,16 @@ input stream for each server. Each server also has its own selected
frame. The commands you enter with a particular X server apply to
that server's selected frame.
On multi-monitor displays it is possible to use the command
@code{make-frame-on-monitor}:
@findex make-frame-on-monitor
@table @kbd
@item M-x make-frame-on-monitor @key{RET} @var{monitor} @key{RET}
Create a new frame on monitor @var{monitor} whose screen area is
a part of the current display.
@end table
@node Frame Parameters
@section Frame Parameters
@vindex default-frame-alist
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......@@ -440,6 +440,17 @@ This function returns the attributes of the physical monitor
dominating (see above) @var{frame}, which defaults to the selected frame.
@end defun
On multi-monitor displays it is possible to use the command
@code{make-frame-on-monitor} to make frames on the specified monitor.
@deffn Command make-frame-on-monitor monitor &optional display parameters
This function creates and returns a new frame on @var{monitor} located
on @var{display}, taking the other frame parameters from the alist
@var{parameters}. @var{monitor} should be the name of the physical
monitor, the same string as returned by the function
@code{display-monitor-attributes-list} in the attribute @code{name}.
@var{display} should be the name of an X display (a string).
@end deffn
@node Frame Geometry
@section Frame Geometry
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