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Sat, 03 Jan 2015 00:33:40 +0200
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On 01/03/2015 12:28 AM, ken wrote:
Yeah, that happens to me too. That "feature" came into emacs a few
years ago around the same time that some people wanted emacs to act more
like Windows. If there's a way to turn it off, I'd like to know too.
All I can say is, when you see it happening, do "C-g" to turn off the
highlighting. It can happen again. So you do "C-g" again. Ad infinitum.
Both of you, please:
If you still see it happening in the latest Emacs release, and if you
can provide a recipe to reproduce it starting with 'emacs -Q', please
file a bug.
M-x report-emacs-bug, and fill in the details.
- Mark, Hugh Mayfield, 2015/01/02
- Re: Mark, ken, 2015/01/02
- Re: Mark,
Dmitry Gutov <=
- Re: Mark, Bob Proulx, 2015/01/02
- Re: Mark, H. Dieter Wilhelm, 2015/01/03