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RE: Key descriptions in *Help* are too wide

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Key descriptions in *Help* are too wide
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 07:44:04 -0700

    >     Because there are lots of keys bound to `ignore', when I do
    >     C-h k mouse-2, I get a key description that is far too wide: 148
    >     characters on a single line!  For example:
    >     <down-mouse-2> at that spot runs the command ignore
    >        which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `subr.el'.
    >     It is bound to <mouse-3>, <drag-mouse-2>, <down-mouse-2>,
    >     <drag-mouse-1>, <down-mouse-1>, <language-change>, <rwindow>,
    >     <lwindow>, <mouse-movement>.    (ignore &rest IGNORE)
    > What do you suggest that it do differently?
    >     The *Help* buffer description should be filled.
    > Is that your suggestion?  It might make things a little better,
    > but not much better.
    I think that is Drews suggestion. Would it not solve the problem that
    the line is to wide?

Yes. Please fill such long lines to the standard *Help* buffer width (70
chars, I believe).

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