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This chapter describes a number of features related to the display that Emacs presents to the user.
38.1 Refreshing the Screen Clearing the screen and redrawing everything on it. 38.2 Forcing Redisplay Forcing redisplay. 38.3 Truncation Folding or wrapping long text lines. 38.4 The Echo Area Where messages are displayed. 38.5 Invisible Text Hiding part of the buffer text. 38.6 Selective Display Hiding part of the buffer text (the old way). 38.7 The Overlay Arrow Display of an arrow to indicate position. 38.8 Temporary Displays Displays that go away automatically. 38.9 Overlays Use overlays to highlight parts of the buffer. 38.10 Width How wide a character or string is on the screen. 38.11 Faces A face defines a graphics style for text characters: font, colors, etc. 38.12 The
Enabling special display features. 38.13 Images Displaying images in Emacs buffers. 38.14 Blinking Parentheses How Emacs shows the matching open parenthesis. 38.15 Inverse Video Specifying how the screen looks. 38.16 Usual Display Conventions The usual conventions for displaying nonprinting chars. 38.17 Display Tables How to specify other conventions. 38.18 Beeping Audible signal to the user. 38.19 Window Systems Which window system is being used.
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