>>>> "Ben" == Ben Wing <ben(a)666.com>
> Yeah, I noticed that. I've been planning to take a look at
Ben> `make-glyph' returns a glyph object, and to me, the docs do
Ben> say that:
Ben> "Create a new glyph of type TYPE.
I would write something like this:
"Return a new glyph object, which describes a single display element.
A glyph object contains an image specification and several other
display properties. See [the relevant accessors and mutators, with
mention of the type of each property].
If non-nil, optional argument SPEC-LIST should an image specification.
The most common image specification is the name of an image file.
The default is nil, in which case you must specify the image using
If non-nil, optional argument TYPE should be one of the symbols
`buffer', `mouse-pointer', or `icon' specifying the context in which
the glyph will be used. The default is `buffer'. `mouse-pointer'
and `icon' should only be used by the XEmacs initialization code.
An image specification may be a single image instantiator, a list of
instantiators which are tried in order, or a complex mapping from
display locales to instantiators. See `canonicalize-spec' for a
description of the various formats.
An image instantiator is one of the following: [...]."
I'm not entirely happy with that, but I think it partly addresses
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