Commit 7ed54cc5 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

(Basic Windows): Don't describe cursor-in-non-selected-windows here.

parent 36c763fd
2007-10-02 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* display.texi (Display Property): Explain some display specs
don't let you move point in.
* frames.texi (Cursor Parameters): Describe
cursor-in-non-selected-windows here. Explain more values.
* windows.texi (Basic Windows): Don't describe
cursor-in-non-selected-windows here.
2007-10-01 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* processes.texi (Misc Network): Note that these functions are
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......@@ -55,15 +55,11 @@ multiple nonoverlapping Emacs windows.
In each frame, at any time, one and only one window is designated as
@dfn{selected within the frame}. The frame's cursor appears in that
window, but the other windows have ``non-selected'' cursors, normally
less visible. At any time, one frame is the selected frame; and the
window selected within that frame is @dfn{the selected window}. The
selected window's buffer is usually the current buffer (except when
@code{set-buffer} has been used). @xref{Current Buffer}.
@defvar cursor-in-non-selected-windows
If this variable is @code{nil}, Emacs displays only one cursor,
in the selected window. Other windows have no cursor at all.
@end defvar
less visible. (@pxref{Cursor Parameters}, for customization of this.)
At any time, one frame is the selected frame; and the window selected
within that frame is @dfn{the selected window}. The selected window's
buffer is usually the current buffer (except when @code{set-buffer}
has been used). @xref{Current Buffer}.
For practical purposes, a window exists only while it is displayed in
a frame. Once removed from the frame, the window is effectively deleted
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