Commit fc891591 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(syms_of_fontset): Doc fixes.

parent 6acf83d3
......@@ -832,15 +832,15 @@ ENCODING is one of the following integer values:\n\
Vfont_encoding_alist = Qnil;
DEFVAR_LISP ("use-default-ascent", &Vuse_default_ascent,
"Char table of characters of which ascent values should be ignored.\n\
"Char table of characters whose ascent values should be ignored.\n\
If an entry for a character is non-nil, the ascent value of the glyph\n\
is assumed to be what specified by _MULE_DEFAULT_ASCENT property of a font.");
Vuse_default_ascent = Qnil;
DEFVAR_LISP ("alternative-fontname-alist", &Valternative_fontname_alist,
"Alist of fontname vs list of the alternative fontnames.\n\
When no font can be opened by a fontname, the corresponding\n\
alternative fontnames are tried.");
When a specified font name is not found, the corresponding\n\
alternative fontnames (if any) are tried instead.");
Valternative_fontname_alist = Qnil;
DEFVAR_LISP ("fontset-alias-alist", &Vfontset_alias_alist,
......@@ -850,21 +850,19 @@ alternative fontnames are tried.");
DEFVAR_LISP ("highlight-wrong-size-font", &Vhighlight_wrong_size_font,
"*Non-nil means highlight characters shown in wrong size fonts somehow.\n\
The way to highlight them depends on window system on which Emacs runs.\n\
On X window, a rectangle is shown around each such character.");
On X11, a rectangle is shown around each such character.");
Vhighlight_wrong_size_font = Qnil;
DEFVAR_LISP ("clip-large-size-font", &Vclip_large_size_font,
"*Non-nil means characters shown in large size fonts are clipped.\n\
"*Non-nil means characters shown in overlarge fonts are clipped.\n\
The height of clipping area is the same as that of an ASCII character.\n\
The width of the area is the same as that of an ASCII character or\n\
twice wider than that of an ASCII character depending on\n\
the width (i.e. column numbers occupied on screen) of the character set\n\
of the character.\n\
The width of the area is the same as that of an ASCII character,\n\
or twice as wide, depending on the character set's column-width.\n\
\n\
In the case that you only have too large size font for a specific\n\
charscter set, and clipping characters of the character set makes them\n\
almost unreadable, you can set this variable to t to see the\n\
characters in exchage for garbage dots left on your screen.");
If the only font you have for a specific character set is too large,\n\
and clipping these characters makes them hard to read,\n\
you can set this variable to nil to display the characters without clipping.\n\
The drawback is that you will get some garbage left on your screen.");
Vclip_large_size_font = Qt;
defsubr (&Squery_fontset);
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