Briefly highlight the current line in Emacs.
(require 'nav-flash) (nav-flash-show)
Nav-flash temporarily highlights the line containing the point, which is sometimes useful for orientation after a navigation command.
There is no user-level interface for this library; it is only used
by other Lisp libraries. However, you might find it useful to call
nav-flash-show in your
~/.emacs file. For example, the following
hook causes a flash to appear after navigating via imenu:
(add-hook 'imenu-after-jump-hook 'nav-flash-show nil t)
- M-x customize-group RET nav-flash RET
- M-x customize-group RET pulse RET
This library reuses an overlay defined in
compile.el, but should
not affect the normal use of
pulse.el provides similar functionality and is included with
Emacs. This library can use
pulse.el, but does not do so by
sit-for, breaking this type
(nav-flash-show) (with-temp-message "message here" (sit-for 2))
When using an overlay and timer for cleanup (as nav-flash does by default) the flash and message appear simultaneously.
nav-flash.el is also simpler than
Compatibility and Requirements
GNU Emacs version 25.1-devel : not tested GNU Emacs version 24.5 : not tested GNU Emacs version 24.4 : yes GNU Emacs version 24.3 : yes GNU Emacs version 23.3 : yes GNU Emacs version 22.2 : yes, with some limitations GNU Emacs version 21.x and lower : unknown
No external dependencies