Commit 87c8b5fd authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Minor changes in previous change.

parent e598186c
......@@ -444,11 +444,11 @@ windows, see @ref{Split Window}. See also @ref{Display,, Display,
elisp, The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}.
@vindex baud-rate
The variable @code{baud-rate} holds the output speed of the terminal,
as far as Emacs knows. Setting this variable does not change the speed
of actual data transmission, but the value is used for calculations such
as padding. On terminals, it also affects decisions about whether to
scroll part of the screen or redraw it instead.
The variable @code{baud-rate} holds the output speed of the
terminal, as far as Emacs knows. Setting this variable does not
change the speed of actual data transmission, but the value is used
for calculations. On terminals, it affects padding, and decisions
about whether to scroll part of the screen or redraw it instead.
On window-systems, @code{baud-rate} is only used to determine how
frequently to look for pending input during display updating. A
......@@ -468,7 +468,7 @@ elisp, The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}.
highlights the line around point. On window systems, the command
@kbd{M-x blink-cursor-mode} turns on or off the blinking of the
cursor. (On terminals, the terminal itself blinks the cursor, and
Emacs has no say over it.)
Emacs has no control over it.)
You can customize the cursor's color, and whether it blinks, using
the @code{cursor} Custom group (@pxref{Easy Customization}).
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