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I'm using the GUI version of Emacs installed using Homebrew-Cask. I launch it by searching into Spotlight, which as I understand is equivalent to opening it from the Applications directory.

App launches fine, but the window (or "frame", in Emacs lingo) always opens up on the upper left corner of the screen. I personally prefer everything to be right in the centre of the screen. Hence, every time I open Emacs, I have to manually drag the window to the center.

Is there a way to set the default position of the window to the centre of the screen so that I don't have to drag it every time I open Emacs?

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