Gnus Manual. Node: Article Highlighting
3.17.1: Article Highlighting
Not only do you want your article buffer to look like fruit salad, but
you want it to look like technicolor fruit salad.
|W H a
Do much highlighting of the current article
gnus-article-highlight). This function highlights header, cited
text, the signature, and adds buttons to the body and the head.
Most users would prefer using
gnus-article-display-hook (see Customizing Articles) instead.
This is a bit less agressive---it highlights only the headers, the
signature and adds buttons.
|W H h
Highlight the headers (
highlighting will be done according to the
variable, which is a list where each element has the form (regexp name content). regexp is a regular expression for matching the
header, name is the face used for highlighting the header name
(see Faces and Fonts) and content is the face for highlighting
the header value. The first match made will be used. Note that
regexp shouldn't have `
^' prepended---Gnus will add one.
|W H c
Highlight cited text (
Some variables to customize the citation highlights:
If the article size if bigger than this variable (which is 25000 by
default), no citation highlighting will be performed.
Regexp matching the longest possible citation prefix on a line.
Maximum possible length for a citation prefix (default 20).
List of faces used for highlighting citations (see Faces and Fonts).
When there are citations from multiple articles in the same message,
Gnus will try to give each citation from each article its own face.
This should make it easier to see who wrote what.
Regexp matching normal Supercite attribution lines.
Regexp matching mangled Supercite attribution lines.
Minimum number of identical prefixes we have to see before we believe
that it's a citation.
Regexp matching the beginning of an attribution line.
Regexp matching the end of an attribution line.
Face used for attribution lines. It is merged with the face for the
cited text belonging to the attribution.
|W H s
Highlight the signature (
gnus-signature-separator (see Article Signature) in an article will be considered a signature and will be
gnus-signature-face, which is
See Customizing Articles, for how to highlight articles automatically.