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This section describes how to make Emacs ring the bell (or blink the screen) to attract the user's attention. Be conservative about how often you do this; frequent bells can become irritating. Also be careful not to use just beeping when signaling an error is more appropriate. (See section 10.5.3 Errors.)
visible-bellbelow). It also terminates any keyboard macro currently executing unless do-not-terminate is non-
nilmeans no. This is effective on a window system, and on a character-only terminal provided the terminal's Termcap entry defines the visible bell capability (`vb').
nil, it specifies how Emacs should "ring the bell." Its value should be a function of no arguments. If this is non-
nil, it takes precedence over the
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