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12/21   In Emacs, how do I make it so that it will resize its screen
        when the maximum resolution of my monitor changes? When I
        use my laptop, my emacs is too big (and I can't resize it
        because the bottom-right corner is not accessible).
        \_ Which OS?  Can't you drag the top border (not a corner) to resize
           the height to be smaller?
           \_ MacOS 10.7, bottom right only.
              \_ How about "M-x eval-expression (set-screen-height
                 <some number>)"?  You'll have to type this without seeing
                 the minibuffer.
                 \_ yes that works. I tried this at home (when
                    my screen is downsized from a 24" work monitor
                    to my laptop) and had to do this blind without
                    seeing the mini buffer and had to do it a few
                    times. I guess I should learn how to write
                    a keyboard shortcut in elisp :(
              \_ Can't you drag/move windows by any border, or am I thinking
                 of a different OS?
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