[OS X Emacs] Fixed width fonts in mail composition buffer?
david.reitter at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 10:55:59 EST 2009
On 19 Jan 2009, at 10:46, skip at pobox.com wrote:
> David> You read the change log, the manual, or simply look in the
> David> Options menu where there is a prominent menu item to turn
> David> Autoface mode and to choose another font (such as Monaco).
> I tried turning off autoface mode. It did nothing.
Trust me, it turns it off.
As I said, there is also a function to choose the desired font. Use
it after turning autoface mode off.
> Is the ChangeLog accessible from inside Aquamacs, maybe from the Help
> toolbar menu?
It appears on first startup after upgrading, and it is accessible as
part of the manual.
> I find the Aquamacs Help more annoying than helpful. It
> opens up some sort of window which appears to display the an info
> Clicking most links (like "Changes-- 1.6") appears to do nothing.
I just did this, clicked on "Changes-- 1.6" and it brought me straight
to the list of changes.
> addition, that window is always on top of the window stack.
Yes, that is a "feature" of the OS X help system. I'm not fond of
that feature either.
> Is there some
> option for simply viewing info files through a normal Emacs window?
No. If someone is interested in implementing that, I think it
wouldn't be too hard. The whole manual is available in .tex form, and
from that I guess it should be possible to translate it to "info"
> Choose another font where? There is more than a single choice (who
> knows if
> I'm even looking in approximately the right place):
Options -> Appearances -> Font
If you like to use the customization interface, customize the
"default" face (after turning off Autoface).
That's just like in any GNU Emacs.
Hope that helps.
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