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Small margins on the right and left side of the window #622

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sryze opened this Issue Apr 3, 2016 · 9 comments

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sryze commented Apr 3, 2016

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ConEmu build: 160403 x64
OS version: Windows 10 x64

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Hello, I'm using ConEmu in a "quake-style" mode, i.e. the window takes the upper half of the screen (Window size is set to Normal in Main -> Size & Pos).

I noticed that there are some gaps on the left and right side of the window unlike in Full screen mode, and I can't increase the width of the window any further.

I was wondering whether these side margins intentional and is there a way to disable them?

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lpuglia commented Mar 7, 2019

I do have the same "problem" on:

ConEmu 190303 [64] Startup Info
OsVer: 10.0.16299.x64, Product: workstation, SP: 0.0, Suite: 0x100
Build: 1709, UBR: 1004, ReactOS: 0, Rsrv: 0, WINE: 0, PE: 0, R2: 0

is it an expected behavior? why it is not possible to set the left and right margins to 0 in quake mode?

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Maximus5 commented Mar 7, 2019

@lpuglia please show screenshots and settings

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lpuglia commented Mar 7, 2019

Here you are, Sir:

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I put a white window in background to clearly enhance the margins

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lpuglia commented Mar 9, 2019

any idea?

@Maximus5 Maximus5 added this to the 190311 milestone Mar 11, 2019

@Maximus5 Maximus5 added this to To Do in ConEmu via automation Mar 24, 2019

@Maximus5 Maximus5 moved this from To Do to Ready for Testing in ConEmu Mar 24, 2019

DanaMW added a commit to DanaMW/ConEmu that referenced this issue Mar 24, 2019

Merge remote-tracking branch 'upstream/master'
* upstream/master: (50 commits)
  Internal. Restore 2019.3.10 build in WhatsNew
  190324 release files
  190324 Chocolatey and Nuget
  Maximus5gh-1825: Add option to enable/disable ANSI calls to WinApi functions.
  Hooks: Support FillConsoleOutputCharacter and FillConsoleOutputAttribute.
  AnsiLogs: log current system time each 500ms.
  Internal. Remove friend functions
  Internal. Fix cl warning
  Internal. Use \x7 as our specials terminator in logs.
  Maximus5gh-1492: AnsiLog-s location may be specified as a folder or file with `-new_console:L:"Path"`.
  Internal. Return prev char from CEStr::SetAt
  ANSI: Use \x7 as our specials terminator in logs.
  Internal. Fix cl warnings
  Internal. Drop spare comment
  Internal. Use defines intead of magic numbers
  Maximus5gh-622: Fix window size on minimize/restore.
  Internal. PVS false alarm
  Internal. Correct assert condition
  Internal. Format for readability
  Internal. Add `const` qualifiers
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lpuglia commented Mar 28, 2019

Hello, version 190326 solves the problem of the margins, problem is that BSOD appear if i start wsl creating a new tab with {Bash::bash} configuration:

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wsl works correctly if i run it from {Shells::cmd} tab:

lpuglia@LPUGLIA-MOBL C:\Users\lpuglia
$ wsl
lpuglia@lpuglia-MOBL:~$

I tried to downgrade but it is like the update broke something that i can't fix neither reinstalling nor removing configuration files, this happens on OsVer: 10.0.16299.x64

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Maximus5 commented Mar 28, 2019

BSOD appear if i start wsl creating a new tab with {Bash::bash}

ConEmu doesn't execute anything on the kernel level.
So, the problem should be in Windows internals.

it is like the update broke something that i can't fix neither reinstalling nor removing configuration files

Do you mean Windows 10 update?

ConEmu installer does not touch any system files, so it can't brake installation system.

I suggest you to do full scan of your system libraries. The problem is outside of ConEmu responsibility.

BTW, to downgrade only ConEmu, you may download 7z package and overwrite files. They are the same as installer.

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lpuglia commented Mar 29, 2019

ok, it was just a coincidence with the update of ConEmu, i can replicate the problem with a normal cmd terminal, that file belongs to the antivirus mcafee... [mfeepmpk.sys]
https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB91411&actp=null&viewlocale=en_US&showDraft=false&platinum_status=false&locale=it_IT

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