Commit f7c1d57b authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Calendar Customizing): calendar-holiday-marker

and calendar-today-marker are strings, not chars.
(Holiday Customizing): Minor fix.
parent 5ac343ac
......@@ -62,12 +62,12 @@ asterisk (@samp{*}).
@vindex calendar-holiday-marker
@vindex diary-entry-marker
The variable @code{calendar-holiday-marker} specifies how to mark a
date as being a holiday. Its value may be a character to insert next to
the date, or a face name to use for displaying the date. Likewise, the
variable @code{diary-entry-marker} specifies how to mark a date that has
diary entries. The calendar creates faces named @code{holiday-face} and
@code{diary-face} for these purposes; those symbols are the default
values of these variables.
date as being a holiday. Its value may be a single-character string
to insert next to the date, or a face name to use for displaying the
date. Likewise, the variable @code{diary-entry-marker} specifies how
to mark a date that has diary entries. The calendar creates faces
named @code{holiday-face} and @code{diary-face} for these purposes;
those symbols are the default values of these variables.
@vindex calendar-load-hook
The variable @code{calendar-load-hook} is a normal hook run when the
......@@ -103,11 +103,11 @@ changing its face or by adding an asterisk. Here's how to use it:
@noindent
@vindex calendar-today-marker
The variable @code{calendar-today-marker} specifies how to mark today's
date. Its value should be a character to insert next to the date or a
face name to use for displaying the date. A face named
@code{calendar-today-face} is provided for this purpose; that symbol is
the default for this variable.
The variable @code{calendar-today-marker} specifies how to mark
today's date. Its value should be a single-character string to insert
next to the date or a face name to use for displaying the date. A
face named @code{calendar-today-face} is provided for this purpose;
that symbol is the default for this variable.
@vindex today-invisible-calendar-hook
@noindent
......@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@ You can customize these lists of holidays to your own needs, adding or
deleting holidays. The lists of holidays that Emacs uses are for
general holidays (@code{general-holidays}), local holidays
(@code{local-holidays}), Christian holidays (@code{christian-holidays}),
Hebrew (Jewish) holidays (@code{hebrew-holidays}), Islamic (Moslem)
Hebrew (Jewish) holidays (@code{hebrew-holidays}), Islamic (Muslim)
holidays (@code{islamic-holidays}), and other holidays
(@code{other-holidays}).
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