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31.9 Glasses minor mode

Glasses minor mode makes ‘unreadableIdentifiersLikeThis’ readable by altering the way they display. It knows two different ways to do this: by displaying underscores between a lower-case letter and the following capital letter, and by emboldening the capital letters. It does not alter the buffer text, only the way they display, so you can use it even on read-only buffers. You can use the command M-x glasses-mode to enable or disable the mode in the current buffer; you can also add glasses-mode to the mode hook of the programming language major modes in which you normally want to use Glasses mode.


 
 
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