Commit 84be61d6 authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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Fix tool bar caveat.

mode-line <- modeline in faces.
isearch, isearch-lazy-highlight-face, tooltip faces.
parent 10de1e33
...@@ -804,10 +804,9 @@ define their own tool bars to replace it. A few ``special'' modes ...@@ -804,10 +804,9 @@ define their own tool bars to replace it. A few ``special'' modes
that are not designed for ordinary editing remove some items from the that are not designed for ordinary editing remove some items from the
global tool bar. global tool bar.
Tool bars work only on a graphical display and only when Emacs is Tool bars work only on a graphical display. The tool bar uses colored
compiled with image support. The tool bar uses colored XPM icons if XPM icons if Emacs was built with XPM support. Otherwise, the tool
Emacs was built with XPM support. Otherwise, the tool bar uses bar uses monochrome icons (PBM or XBM format).
monochrome icons (PBM or XBM format).
You can turn display of tool bars on or off with @kbd{M-x You can turn display of tool bars on or off with @kbd{M-x
tool-bar-mode}. tool-bar-mode}.
...@@ -876,16 +875,21 @@ faces: ...@@ -876,16 +875,21 @@ faces:
@table @code @table @code
@item default @item default
This face is used for ordinary text that doesn't specify any other face. This face is used for ordinary text that doesn't specify any other face.
@item modeline @item mode-line
This face is used for mode lines. By default, it's drawn with shadows 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 for a ``raised'' effect on window systems, and drawn as the inverse of
the default face on non-windowed terminals. @xref{Display Custom}. the default face on non-windowed terminals. @xref{Display Custom}.
@item header-line @item header-line
Similar to @code{modeline} for a window's header line. Most modes Similar to @code{mode-line} for a window's header line. Most modes
don't use the header line, but the Info mode does. don't use the header line, but the Info mode does.
@item highlight @item highlight
This face is used for highlighting portions of text, in various modes. This face is used for highlighting portions of text, in various modes.
For example, mouse-sensitive text is highlighted using this face. For example, mouse-sensitive text is highlighted using this face.
@item isearch
This face is used for highlighting Isearch matches.
@item isearch-lazy-highlight-face
This face is used for lazy highlighting of Isearch matches other than
the current one.
@item region @item region
This face is used for displaying a selected region (when Transient Mark This face is used for displaying a selected region (when Transient Mark
mode is enabled---see below). mode is enabled---see below).
...@@ -916,8 +920,10 @@ This face determines the color of the cursor. ...@@ -916,8 +920,10 @@ This face determines the color of the cursor.
@item mouse @item mouse
This face determines the color of the mouse pointer. This face determines the color of the mouse pointer.
@item tool-bar @item tool-bar
The basic tool-bar face. No text appears in the tool bar, but the This is the basic tool-bar face. No text appears in the tool bar, but the
colors of this face affect the appearance of tool bar icons. colors of this face affect the appearance of tool bar icons.
@item tooltip
This face is used for tooltips.
@item menu @item menu
This face determines the colors and font of Emacs's menus. Setting the This face determines the colors and font of Emacs's menus. Setting the
font of LessTif/Motif menus is currently not supported; attempts to set font of LessTif/Motif menus is currently not supported; attempts to set
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