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12.99 emacspeak-hide

Flexible hide and show for emacspeak. This module allows one to easily hide or expose blocks of lines starting with a common prefix. It is motivated by the need to flexibly hide quoted text in email but is designed to be more general. the prefix parsing is inspired by filladapt.el

12.99.1 Emacspeak-Hide Commands emacspeak-hide-or-expose-all-blocks

Command: emacspeak-hide-or-expose-all-blocks
Hide or expose all blocks in buffer. emacspeak-hide-or-expose-block

Command: emacspeak-hide-or-expose-block (&optional prefix)
C-e j
<fn> j
Hide or expose a block of text.
This command either hides or exposes a block of text
starting on the current line.  A block of text is defined as
a portion of the buffer in which all lines start with a
common PREFIX.  Optional interactive prefix arg causes all
blocks in current buffer to be hidden or exposed.

(fn &optional PREFIX) emacspeak-hide-speak-block-sans-prefix

Command: emacspeak-hide-speak-block-sans-prefix
C-e C-j
<fn> C-j
Speaks current block after stripping its prefix.
If the current block is not hidden, it first hides it.
This is useful because as you locate blocks, you can invoke this
command to listen to the block,
and when you have heard enough navigate easily  to move past the block.

12.99.2 emacspeak-hide Options

Variable: User Option emacspeak-hidden-header-line-personality

Personality used to identify header lines of blocks.

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