Commit ed80184d authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix documentation of the mode line on emacsclient frames

* doc/emacs/screen.texi (Mode Line): Document the '@' indicator on
emacsclient frames.
parent e6be8557
......@@ -216,6 +216,11 @@ changes to either a forward slash (@samp{/}) or @samp{(Mac)}. On some
systems, Emacs displays @samp{(Unix)} instead of the colon for files
that use newline as the line separator.
On frames created for @command{emacsclient} (@pxref{Invoking
emacsclient}), the next character is @samp{@@}. This indication is
typical for frames of an Emacs process running as a daemon
(@pxref{Emacs Server}).
The next element on the mode line is the string indicated by
@var{ch}. This shows two dashes (@samp{--}) if the buffer displayed
in the window has the same contents as the corresponding file on the
......@@ -225,7 +230,7 @@ shows @samp{%*} if the buffer is modified, and @samp{%%} otherwise.
The character after @var{ch} is normally a dash (@samp{-}).
However, if the default-directory for the current buffer is on a
remote machine, @samp{@@} is displayed instead (@pxref{File Names}).
remote machine (@pxref{File Names}), @samp{@@} is displayed instead.
@var{fr} gives the selected frame name (@pxref{Frames}). It appears
only on text terminals. The initial frame's name is @samp{F1}.
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