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Small doc changes.

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commit 757756d904ffde6a3a9d3849fa390040c1efd30a 1 parent 89ace3e
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  1. +6 −4 fill-column-indicator.el
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10 fill-column-indicator.el
@@ -44,10 +44,12 @@
;; By default, fci-mode draws its vertical indicator at the fill column. If
;; you'd like it to be drawn at another column, set `fci-rule-column' to the
-;; column number. This variable becomes buffer local when set, so you can
-;; use different values for different modes. The default behavior (drawing
-;; the rule at the fill column) is specified by setting fci-rule-column to
-;; nil.
+;; column number. (A case in which this might be useful is when you want to
+;; fill comments at, for example, column 70, but want a vertical rule at
+;; column 80 or 100 to indicate the maximum line length for code.) The
+;; default behavior (showing the indicator at the fill column) is specified
+;; by setting fci-rule-column to nil. Note that this variable becomes buffer
+;; local when set.
;; On graphical displays the fill-column rule is drawn using a bitmap
;; image. Its color is controlled by the variable `fci-rule-color', whose
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