[Xquartz-dev] XQuartz 2.7.10_beta1

Ken Preslan ken at preslan.org
Wed May 18 13:14:00 PDT 2016

On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 01:03:53PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> I wrote:
> > Another thing I ran into is that when keeping an X11-aware build of Emacs
> > open within my XQuartz sessions, I find it disappears from the screen
> > after allowing my laptop to sleep and wake from sleep.
> After some further experimentation, I've realized that what is happening
> is that the window is being redisplayed completely off-screen.  In
> general, it seems like sleep and then wake results in all my existing
> windows being repositioned -- although only the first time; that is,
> once repositioned in a sleep/wake cycle, a window is not further affected
> by additional sleep/wake cycles.  The extent of repositioning seems to
> vary depending on how the window was positioned internally.  The worst
> case I'm seeing, with the emacs window getting repositioned totally off
> screen, happens with a window whose initial geometry spec is "-0+0",
> ie pin to the upper right corner.  I don't have an explanation for why
> this happens with local X11 clients and not remote ones with similar
> geometry specs.

I've seen this happen ever since switching to El Capitan.  I believe Dave
Borman started a thread on the topic a few months ago.

Ken Preslan <ken at preslan.org>

More information about the Xquartz-dev mailing list