I get this error:
Error in post-command-hook (visible-mark-move-overlays): (wrong-type-argument overlayp nil) [2 times]
I get this error whenever enabling global-visible-mark-mode and going into a Dired buffer. Maybe because I use dired+ which modifies all the styles and colors of various files. Might cause conflicts with visible-mark-mode.
Is there a way to not enable visible-mark-mode in certain modes when enabling globally?
If not, I will add visible-mark-mode to command hooks. I want it all modes except where I get this error, which is just Dired buffers as far as I know.
Or another solution would be to not turn off visible-mark-mode in all buffers when an error occurs. It doesn't say global-visible-mark-mode is disabled but it seems to turn it off in every buffer whenever an error occurs. Just turning off visible-mark-mode in the buffer that the error occurs or any buffer with the same major-mode might help.
Update: I realized if new buffers are opened after an error occurs, it activates visible-mark-mode in the new buffers correctly. Just when an error occurs, all the current buffers it gets deactivated so has to be turned off and on to get it working.
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When spray-mode is active, switching buffers causes side-effects in those buffers. Narrowing is applied to the buffer, and the words are presented one at a time.
It would be nice if the effect was contained to the buffer that spray-mode was called on.
I hope spray can setup spray margins smartly based on current window size. Always keep spray words at the centre of the window.
Of course, let user define the margin is better too.
So need an option to let user decide whether use spray default intelligent way.
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I sometimes use spray to read in combination with the R keybinding in eww, that makes the text "readable" by filtering out unnescessary cruft.
When spray discovers a word that is a link, this happens