Saith Pavel Tsekov:
>> The opposite bracket still glows if the cursor stood on a bracket when
>> you moused away, but I see that as a wash-your-dog-first bug.
> Please, test the attached patch. Let me know if you find
> other inconsistencies.
Unapply first patch. OK.
Apply new patch. OK.
Make. OK, save for the compiler (gcc 3.4.4) mumbling something about arg
3 of dbghdr. I haven't examined why.
Moment Of Truth...
It works. The opposing bracket lights up when the cursor touches a
bracket and dims when the cursor leaves, be it by key or click.
Good enough. Back to tea, truffle cakes and lots of chuckles c/o Kenko's
Ranma fanfic "Girl Days".
Reynir H. Stefánsson ([email protected])
Akane leaned over the sleeping tiger. How to wake him up. Well, he DID
have an appetite. "Oh look, Kasumi's made cookies..."
<WHAM!> The tiger was out and running before he'd even fully woken up.
Ears flicked back and forth as he sniffed the air. Cookies? Even
barbarian martial artist sabretooth tigers liked chocolate chip cookies.
("Cat Scratch Fever" by Gregg Sharp)
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