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In the version of ZWEI on system 40.1, with microcode 684, on LISP Machine Six:
When the mouse is way to the right of any text, it is obnoxious to blink
an underscore at the end of some line.  Rather, some random non-blinking
and unobtrusive frob should come up showing which line you are pointing
at, not indicating any character in particular.  Maybe.  Or something.

It's especially bad that when you are typing a little text at the top of
the window, and you are at the end of the buffer, and the mouse is way
down in the unused bottom of the window, the god damned underscore is
right where your eye is, namely at the main POINT blinker, beating out
of phas with it and looking spastic.  This particular problem is really
painful and should be fixed soon, somehow, even if we don't figure out
what the ultimate right thing is.