Commit 032fd62a authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Pointer Shape): Node deleted.

(Image Descriptors): Minor cleanup.
parent 594a1605
......@@ -26,7 +26,6 @@ that Emacs presents to the user.
font, colors, etc.
* Fringes:: Controlling window fringes.
* Scroll Bars:: Controlling vertical scroll bars.
* Pointer Shape:: Controlling the mouse pointer shape.
* Display Property:: Enabling special display features.
* Images:: Displaying images in Emacs buffers.
* Buttons:: Adding clickable buttons to Emacs buffers.
......@@ -3193,26 +3192,6 @@ buffer's scroll bars, measured in pixels. A value of @code{nil} means
to use the value specified by the frame.
@end defvar
@node Pointer Shape
@section Pointer Shape
Normally, the mouse pointer has the @code{text} shape over text and
the @code{arrow} shape over window areas which do not correspond to
any buffer text. You can specify the mouse pointer shape over text or
images via the @code{pointer} text property, and for images with the
@code{:pointer} and @code{:map} image properties.
The available pointer shapes are: @code{text} (or @code{nil}),
@code{arrow}, @code{hand}, @code{vdrag}, @code{hdrag},
@code{modeline}, and @code{hourglass}.
@defvar void-text-area-pointer
@tindex void-text-area-pointer
This variable specifies the mouse pointer shape in void text areas,
i.e. the areas after the end of a line or below the last line in the
buffer. The default is to use the @code{arrow} (non-text) pointer.
@end defvar
@node Display Property
@section The @code{display} Property
@cindex display specification
......@@ -3841,11 +3820,11 @@ A polygon is a cons
@code{(poly . [@var{x0} @var{y0} @var{x1} @var{y1} ...])}
where each pair in the vector describes one corner in the polygon.
When the mouse pointer is above a hot-spot area of an image, the
When the mouse pointer lies on a hot-spot area of an image, the
@var{plist} of that hot-spot is consulted; if it contains a @code{help-echo}
property it defines a tool-tip for the hot-spot, and if it contains
a @code{pointer} property, it defines the shape of the mouse cursor when
it is over the hot-spot.
property, that defines a tool-tip for the hot-spot, and if it contains
a @code{pointer} property, that defines the shape of the mouse cursor when
it is on the hot-spot.
@xref{Pointer Shape}, for available pointer shapes.
When you click the mouse when the mouse pointer is over a hot-spot, an
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