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Re: BearLibTerminal: a pseudo-terminal window library for roguelike
« Reply #210 on: March 13, 2017, 09:47:06 PM »
Alright, I set the log level right after terminal_open() and got this:


14:16:50.451 [info] Trying to set "window.fullscreen = true"
14:16:50.451 [debug] Group "window":
14:16:50.451 [debug] * "fullscreen" = "true"


Interestingly enough, if I alt+enter while within the window, it fullscreens fine.  Even more interestingly, if I set window.fullscreen = true, while the window doesn't get fullscreened, I can then resize it even though I haven't set window.resizeable to true.  I'm on 64-bit arch linux, fvwm, I get the same output on both gcc and clang.  If it's relevant, my command line is gcc -std=c11 -LLinux64/ -lBearLibTerminal -o test test.c.
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