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Re: blink-cursor-mode and active fields


From: Stephen Berman
Subject: Re: blink-cursor-mode and active fields
Date: 16 May 2002 15:49:29 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

Richard Stallman <address@hidden> writes:

>     When blink-cursor-mode is disabled, the cursor becomes invisible under
>     the following circumstances: (i) when the cursor is located on certain
>     kinds of "active" (i.e. clickable) fields (e.g., those in
>     customization buffers, in Gnus group buffers, in the recentf "more"
>     buffer -- but not on active fields in a *Help* buffer) and then the
>     mouse pointer is moved over the field; (ii) when the cursor is placed
>     on one of these active fields by a key combination (e.g. `C-x o' where
>     point in the other window is on the active field) and the mouse
>     pointer is located on the field; (iii) when the cursor is placed on an
>     active field by a mouse click on the field.
> 
> Does this depend on your customizations?  It does not fail for me

No, I get the same behavior when I start Emacs with -q --no-site-file
and then type `M-x blink-cursor-mode'.

> using the latest sources in CVS.  Perhaps it is fixed since 21.2.

If so, then that appears to be the case.  I wonder what the fix is --
I saw only one reference to blinking cursor in the CVS src/ChangeLog
(Revision 1.2484) and it doesn't seem to be relevant.  Could the fix
be due to a more general change?  Has this bug been reported by anyone
else, or can anyone confirm it with Emacs 21.2.1?



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