Commit a299a6f0 authored by Gerd Moellmann's avatar Gerd Moellmann

*** empty log message ***

parent 189d0c55
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** Emacs now resizes mini-windows if appropriate.
If a message is longer than one line, or minibuffer contents are
longer than one line, Emacs now resizes the minibuffer window unless
it is on a frame of its own. You can control the maximum minibuffer
window size by setting the following variable:
longer than one line, Emacs can resize the minibuffer window unless it
is on a frame of its own. You can control resizing and the maximum
minibuffer window size by setting the following variables:
- User option: max-mini-window-height
Maximum height for resizing mini-windows. If a float, it specifies a
fraction of the mini-window frame's height. If an integer, it
specifies a number of lines. If nil, don't resize.
specifies a number of lines.
Default is 0.25.
- User option: resize-mini-windows
How to resize mini-windows. If nil, don't resize. If t, always
resize ot fit the size of the text. If `grow-only', let mini-windows
grow only, until they become empty, at which point they are shrunk
again.
Default is `grow-only'.
** The command `Info-search' now uses a search history.
** Changes to hideshow.el
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* Lisp-level Display features added after release 2.6 of the Emacs
Lisp Manual
*** The function `pos-visible-in-window-p' now has a third argument, FULLY.
** The user-option `resize-mini-windows' controls how Emacs resizes
mini-windows.
** The function `pos-visible-in-window-p' now has a third argument, FULLY.
If FULLY is non-nil, then locations that are partially obscured aren't
considered visible.
*** On window systems, `glyph-table' is no longer used.
** On window systems, `glyph-table' is no longer used.
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** Help strings in menu items are now used to provide `help-echo' text.
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