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- To: emacs-hackers%MIT-OZ@MIT-MC.ARPA
- From: NIS%MIT-OZ@MIT-MC.ARPA
- Date: Sun, 4 Mar 1984 11:02 EST
- Cc: nis%MIT-OZ@MIT-MC.ARPA
Is there a way to get emacs to highlight or underline the region between
point and mark on terminals that can support underlining or highlighting
of some sort?
I am constantly getting confused about where my region is because i cant
see it. Ive gotten used to the underline feature in zwei. Can that be
done easily in emacs?
As a related question, the above would only make sense if there is a way
to distinguish intentionaly made marks (C-space) from others. I often
loose when i try to set the mark with C-space and then do C-M-N's to
move over several expressions and then do M-W only to get just the last
s-expression I moved over. Is there any way to distinguish marks made
by C-space and restrict commands like C-W etc to use them?