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Author terry.reedy
Recipients cheryl.sabella, terry.reedy
Date 2018-06-01.00:57:04
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On Windows, I observe the following behaviors.

1. When Code Context is enabled on a windows still at its initial height, context lines are added to code lines to increase the window height.

2. When the window height is changed with a mouse, that becomes the fixed height, which is partitioned between context and code lines.  In other words, context lines are taken from and given back to code lines.

3. When height is maximized either with ZoomHeight or WindowMaximize, the behavior is as with 2.  When height is un-maximized, behavior reverts to what it was, either 1 or 2.

What do you see on Linux?
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