Document Examiner features?

Arthur A. Gleckler
Sun, 26 Jul 1998 21:55:52 -0700

At 07:13 AM 7/26/98 , Rainer Joswig wrote:
>The user interface has the concept of "typeout windows".
>They will overlay your current window from the top.
>When you are done they will go away immediately. This
>gives you a temporary space for output of things like
>documentation - which is very convenient (not like
>in Emacs where you will get a split window and you have trouble
>getting the last configuration after you are done reading the
>temporary information).

Earlier versions of Emacs before GNU Emacs had exactly this capability.  I
suspect that this is where the authors of Document Examiner got the idea.