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Re: shading after column x

From: Arthur Davis
Subject: Re: shading after column x
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 16:31:55 -0500

Anyone have any ideas of how this could be done?  I'm not looking for
someone to reply with lisp code (although that would be ok), but I
don't know where to start.  I've got the emacs manual just like
everyone else, but I've never done any lisp programming.  However, I
am a programmer, so I didn't think this should be an impossible task.
Plus, I think it's time to take my relationship with emacs to the next

Just a reference to a keyword or two to look at in the manual or a
pointer to something similar on emacswiki would be great.  Any ideas?


Arthur Davis writes:
 > Just a visual indication of what text is beyond the specified column.
 > I had in mind possibly a different background color or something along
 > the lines of how a region of text is shaded when you click and drag to
 > select it with the mouse.
 > Arthur
 > Dan Anderson writes:
 >  > Arthur Davis <address@hidden> writes:
 >  > 
 >  > > I am looking to be able to draw a shaded region that covered
 >  > > everything after a certain column (given as an argument) for a whole
 >  > > buffer.  Everything before that column would remain unshaded and the
 >  > > shading would have only visual effects.  Also, it would be ideal if
 >  > > this could be turned on and off at will for individual buffers.
 >  > 
 >  > What do you mean by "shaded"?
 >  > 
 >  > -Dan
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