"T. V. Raman" <ramantv(a)earthlink.net> writes:
With emacspeak loaded, if I: Hit C-spc to set the mark, cursor over
by even one character
Does emacspeak redefine the cursor-movement functions?
In XEmacs the zmacs region gets deactivated unless the calling
function explicitly chooses to leave it active. This is by design:
the only functions that are supposed to leave the mark on are movement
functions, C-SPC itself, and such.
To specify that the mark should remain on, the interactive
specification should start with _. Alternatively, you can set
`zmacs-region-stays' to t at the end of the function.