Questions tagged [echo-area]

is the blank line at the very bottom of an Emacs frame. Emacs by default reserves that screen space for echoing keystrokes, error messages, complier messages, messages from background processes, and alerts. Since the `echo-area` is a special case of the `minibuffer` window, it uses the same functions for customizing its size and display attributes.

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How can I suppress certain messages from being echoed in the echo-area?

Is there a way to filter out certain messages from being echoed in the echo-area while still being logged in to the Messages buffer ? Use case scenario being an aggressive backward delete in the ...