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VM uses Emacs faces to emphasize text in the folder and summary buffers. Instead of defining VM specific faces, VM's face usage is controlled by customization variables that can point to faces. This allows you to use standard Emacs faces, or to create your own. So when you want to change which face is used, write code like this:
(setq vm-summary-highlight-face 'bold-italic)
In the summary buffer, VM displays the summary entry for the current
message using the face specified by the
variable. The value of this variable should be a symbol that names a
face, or nil which means don't display the summary entry of the
current message in a special way.
vm-mouse-track-summary controls whether summary
entries are highlighted when the mouse pointer passes over
them. The highlighting is done using the standard Emacs
In the folder buffer, the header contents of headers matched by
vm-highlighted-header-regexp variable are displayed using
the face named by
vm-highlighted-header-face. This variable is
ignored under XEmacs if
vm-use-lucid-highlighting is non-
highlight-headers package is used instead. See the
documentation for the function
highlight-headers to find out
how to customize header highlighting using this package.
URL's that occur in message bodies are displayed using the face
vm-highlight-url-face. Searching for URLs in a
large message can take a long time. Since URLs often occur near
the beginning and near the end of messages, VM offers a way to
search just those parts of a message for URLs. The variable
vm-url-search-limit specifies how much of a message to search.
vm-url-search-limit has a positive numeric value N, VM
will search the first characters and the last
characters in the message for URLs.
The face named by
vm-mime-button-face is used to display the
textual buttons that trigger the display of MIME objects.
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