Commit 566da2e7 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

(Fringes): Fix a typo. Mention the fact that arrows on the fringes are

clickable.
(Useless Whitespace): Add a cross-reference to Fringes.
parent b432b442
......@@ -635,11 +635,12 @@ except the first, indicating that ``this is not the real beginning.''
The right fringe shows a curving arrow for each screen line except the
last, indicating that ``this is not the real end.''
The fringes indicate line truncation with short horizontale arrows
The fringes indicate line truncation with short horizontal arrows
meaning ``there's more text on this line which is scrolled
horizontally out of view.'' They also indicate other things such as
empty lines, or where a program you are debugging is executing
(@pxref{Debuggers}).
horizontally out of view;'' clicking the mouse on one of the arrows
scrolls the display horizontally in the direction of the arrow. The
fringes also indicate other things such as empty lines, or where a
program you are debugging is executing (@pxref{Debuggers}).
@findex set-fringe-style
@findex fringe-mode
......@@ -680,10 +681,10 @@ the form-feed characters.)
@vindex default-indicate-empty-lines
@cindex empty lines
@cindex fringes, and empty line indication
Emacs can indicate empty lines at the end of the buffer with a
special bitmap in the left fringe of the window. To enable this
feature, set the buffer-local variable @code{indicate-empty-lines} to
a non-@code{nil} value. The default value of this variable is
Emacs can indicate empty lines at the end of the buffer with a special
bitmap in the left fringe of the window (@pxref{Fringes}). To enable
this feature, set the buffer-local variable @code{indicate-empty-lines}
to a non-@code{nil} value. The default value of this variable is
controlled by the variable @code{default-indicate-empty-lines}; by
setting that variable, you can enable or disable this feature for all
new buffers. (This feature currently doesn't work on character
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