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Re: emacspeak on emacs 21.1



the header line is related --but not the cause.
There is still a bug in emacs 21 that we haven't chased down
--the CVS snapshot for emacspeak has a fix in which is why
you  probably dont see the behavior Tim reported.
>>>>> "Mitsugu" == Mitsugu SAKAMOTO <mitsugu@argv.org> writes:

    Mitsugu> Hi all, "T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu>
    Mitsugu> writes:

    >> 4) I could not reproduce the problems you reported with
    >> info.  I opened the top-level dir node --hitting "p" here
>    does produce the no previous node message --but that
>    message is not produced automatically --nor did I see it
>    interrupt reading of the node.  Suggest you try to
>    reproduce this problem in a vanila emacspeak session
>    i.e. with your .emacs not loaded -- do 
> 
> emacs -q -l emacspeak/lisp/emacspeak-setup.el 

    Mitsugu> Emacs21 default setting are info nodename use
    Mitsugu> headerline.  follow this line your .emacs, info
    Mitsugu> do not use headerline. so emacspeak
    Mitsugu> automatically speak nodename.

    Mitsugu>       (setq Info-use-header-line nil)

    Mitsugu> I'm glad this help to you.  thanks.  ---
    Mitsugu> Mitsugu

-- 
Best Regards,
--raman

      
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