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Re: mode-line-inactive and toggle-input-method

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: mode-line-inactive and toggle-input-method
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 09:48:56 -0700 (MST)

    It seems like under some circumstances, the selected window is still
    displayed with an inactive mode line.  With today's CVS, try this:

       emacs -q --no-site-file
       C-x 4 f FTP RET
       M-% C-u C-\ latin-2-prefix RET 'i

    (The "C-u C-\" part is needed if you want to replace non-ASCII
    characters: it lets you select a non-default input method.)  Watch
    closely: as soon as you type "C-u C-\", the mode line of the selected
    window becomes displayed in the mode-line-inactive face.

I think this is because of the way minibuffer-scroll-window is handled
in minibuf.c.  Maybe it should be bound on entry to the inner
minibuffer (or to all minibuffers).  See read_minibuf_unwind for how
this is handled for other things.

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