Commit 125f929e authored by Miles Bader's avatar Miles Bader

Add note aboute using `inverse-video' to detect excessive screen redraw.

parent 64c1e55f
2000-12-15 Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org>
* DEBUG: Add note aboute using `inverse-video' to detect excessive
screen redraw.
2000-12-07 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
* CODINGS, CHARSETS: Removed. (Mule 2.3 relics.)
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......@@ -112,3 +112,8 @@ If you have irreproducible display problems, put those two expressions
in your ~/.emacs file. When the problem happens, exit the Emacs that
you were running, kill it, and rename the two files. Then you can start
another Emacs without clobbering those files, and use it to examine them.
An easy way to see if too much text is being redrawn on a terminal is to
evaluate `(setq inverse-video t)' before you try the operation you think
will cause too much redrawing. This doesn't refresh the screen, so only
newly drawn text is in inverse video.
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