Commit e3934a8a authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix bug #8652 with indentation of variable docs.

 doc/lispref/text.texi (Special Properties): Move @defvar's out of the
 @table.
parent c21edd34
2011-05-14 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* text.texi (Special Properties): Move @defvar's out of the
@table. (Bug#8652)
2011-05-12 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* display.texi (Image Descriptors): Fix typo. (Bug#8495)
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......@@ -3272,15 +3272,28 @@ functions (which may be the same function). In any case, all the
@code{point-left} functions are called first, followed by all the
@code{point-entered} functions.
It is possible with @code{char-after} to examine characters at various
It is possible to use @code{char-after} to examine characters at various
buffer positions without moving point to those positions. Only an
actual change in the value of point runs these hook functions.
The variable @code{inhibit-point-motion-hooks} can inhibit running the
@code{point-left} and @code{point-entered} hooks, see @ref{Inhibit
point motion hooks}.
@item composition
@kindex composition @r{(text property)}
This text property is used to display a sequence of characters as a
single glyph composed from components. But the value of the property
itself is completely internal to Emacs and should not be manipulated
directly by, for instance, @code{put-text-property}.
@end table
@defvar inhibit-point-motion-hooks
When this variable is non-@code{nil}, @code{point-left} and
@code{point-entered} hooks are not run, and the @code{intangible}
property has no effect. Do not set this variable globally; bind it with
@code{let}.
@anchor{Inhibit point motion hooks} When this variable is
non-@code{nil}, @code{point-left} and @code{point-entered} hooks are
not run, and the @code{intangible} property has no effect. Do not set
this variable globally; bind it with @code{let}.
@end defvar
@defvar show-help-function
......@@ -3293,15 +3306,6 @@ string to display. Tooltip mode (@pxref{Tooltips,,, emacs, The GNU Emacs
Manual}) provides an example.
@end defvar
@item composition
@kindex composition @r{(text property)}
This text property is used to display a sequence of characters as a
single glyph composed from components. But the value of the property
itself is completely internal to Emacs and should not be manipulated
directly by, for instance, @code{put-text-property}.
@end table
@node Format Properties
@subsection Formatted Text Properties
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