This frame parameter controls the way the cursor looks.
cursor-type frame parameter may be overridden by the
This buffer-local variable controls how the cursor looks in a selected window showing the buffer. If its value is
t, that means to use the cursor specified by the
cursor-typeframe parameter. Otherwise, the value should be one of the cursor types listed above, and it overrides the
This buffer-local variable controls how the cursor looks in a window that is not selected. It supports the same values as the
cursor-typeframe parameter; also,
nilmeans don't display a cursor in nonselected windows, and
t(the default) means use a standard modification of the usual cursor type (solid box becomes hollow box, and bar becomes a narrower bar).
This variable specifies how to blink the cursor. Each element has the form
). Whenever the cursor type equals on-state (comparing using
equal), the corresponding off-state specifies what the cursor looks like when it blinks “off”. Both on-state and off-state should be suitable values for the
There are various defaults for how to blink each type of cursor, if the type is not mentioned as an on-state here. Changes in this variable do not take effect immediately, only when you specify the