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Re: [reveal-mode] Hiding short expressions

From: Stefan
Subject: Re: [reveal-mode] Hiding short expressions
Date: 03 Jul 2004 14:56:39 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3.50

>> The rationale for it is that the behavior that "keeps overlay opened when
>> point is on same line" is mostly useful to allow the user to use C-p and
>> C-n without spuriously closing the overlay because the C-p jumps to just
>> a bit before the beginning.  At least that was my experience when working
>> on it.

> So you want to achieve that if you have a paragraph of text and the
> cursor moves downward into an empty line while the paragraph and
> therefore the overlay ends at the end of the line before, the overlay
> does not get collapsed.

No, I want that if you have

    foo bar baz \footnote{blabla
    toto titi tutu
    tata} hello there

and point is between `titi' and `tutu' hitting C-p or C-n does not close
the overlay, so that you can go from where you are to `blabla' without
the overlay being closed&reopened which takes time and flashes annoyingly.


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