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Re: 3 dots vanish at end of filled line

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: 3 dots vanish at end of filled line
Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 14:01:18 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

>      turn off font-lock in your info buffers.

> I'd love to turn off font-lock everywhere, I hate the incessant
> pseudo-underlining and bolding in my various buffers (even running under
> xterm it won't just give me plain text any more), but there is
> apparently no way to do it without maintaining a list of dozens of
> individual variables to be set to nil.  (At least when I asked/searched
> about it a couple months ago, that was the answer I got.)  (setq-default
> global-font-lock-mode nil) is insufficient, in fact I don't think even
> think it undoes Info fontification.  Sigh ... if anyone has a practical
> solution, I'd be grateful to know about it.

In Emacs-CVS, keeping global-font-lock-mode to nil *should* get rid of such
highlighting.  I don't claim it does, but in general I'd consider it a bug
if it doesn't, so if you report it we may fix it.

For info-mode, it currently only partly works: it removes the highlighting
but it doesn't put the ASCII-art underlines back in.  I think it's a bug.


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