Commit ed8ab760 authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong

* display.texi (Line Height): Emphasize that line-spacing only takes

effect on graphical terminals.
parent 80d7cdca
......@@ -11,6 +11,8 @@
(Face Remapping): Copyedits.
(Low-Level Font): Copyedits.
(Image Cache): Note that the image cache is shared between frames.
(Line Height): Emphasize that line-spacing only takes effect on
graphical terminals.
2009-04-13 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
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......@@ -1765,20 +1765,20 @@ There are several ways to specify the line spacing for different
parts of Emacs text.
@vindex default-line-spacing
You can specify the line spacing for all lines in a frame with the
@code{line-spacing} frame parameter (@pxref{Layout Parameters}).
However, if the variable @code{default-line-spacing} is
non-@code{nil}, it overrides the frame's @code{line-spacing}
parameter. An integer value specifies the number of pixels put below
lines on graphical displays. A floating point number specifies the
spacing relative to the frame's default line height.
On graphical terminals, you can specify the line spacing for all
lines in a frame, using the @code{line-spacing} frame parameter
(@pxref{Layout Parameters}). However, if the variable
@code{default-line-spacing} is non-@code{nil}, it overrides the
frame's @code{line-spacing} parameter. An integer value specifies the
number of pixels put below lines. A floating point number specifies
the spacing relative to the frame's default line height.
@vindex line-spacing
You can specify the line spacing for all lines in a buffer via the
buffer-local @code{line-spacing} variable. An integer value specifies
the number of pixels put below lines on graphical displays. A floating
point number specifies the spacing relative to the default frame line
height. This overrides line spacings specified for the frame.
the number of pixels put below lines. A floating point number
specifies the spacing relative to the default frame line height. This
overrides line spacings specified for the frame.
@kindex line-spacing @r{(text property)}
Finally, a newline can have a @code{line-spacing} text or overlay
......@@ -1792,6 +1792,8 @@ into a Lisp value as described above. However, in this case the
numeric height value specifies the line spacing, rather than the line
height.
On text-only terminals, the line spacing cannot be altered.
@node Faces
@section Faces
@cindex faces
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