Commit 12f13704 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

(Faces): Explain what the fringes are, and add an index entry.

parent f8635375
......@@ -881,14 +881,16 @@ This face is used for mode lines. By default, it's drawn with shadows
for a ``raised'' effect on window systems, and drawn as the inverse of
the default face on non-windowed terminals. @xref{Display Custom}.
@item header-line
Similar to @code{modeline} for a window's header line.
Similar to @code{modeline} for a window's header line. Most modes
don't use the header line, but the Info mode does.
@item highlight
This face is used for highlighting portions of text, in various modes.
For example, mouse-sensitive text is highlighted using this face.
@item region
This face is used for displaying a selected region (when Transient Mark
mode is enabled---see below).
@item secondary-selection
This face is used for displaying a secondary selection (@pxref{Secondary
This face is used for displaying a secondary X selection (@pxref{Secondary
Selection}).
@item bold
This face uses a bold variant of the default font, if it has one.
......@@ -901,9 +903,12 @@ This face underlines text.
@item fixed-pitch
The basic fixed-pitch face.
@item fringe
The face for the fringes to the left and right of windows under X.
@cindex fringe
The face for the fringes to the left and right of windows on graphic
displays. (The fringes are the narrow portions of the Emacs frame
between the text area and the frame's border.)
@item scroll-bar
This face determines the colors of the scroll bar.
This face determines the visual appearance of the scroll bar.
@item border
This face determines the color of the frame border.
@item cursor
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