Commit 0a760e10 authored by Xue Fuqiao's avatar Xue Fuqiao
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* doc/emacs/glossary.texi (Glossary): Refine.

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@xref{Quitting}.
@item Active Region
Setting the mark (q.v.) at a position in the text also activates it.
Setting the mark (q.v.@:) at a position in the text also activates it.
When the mark is active, we call the region an active region.
@xref{Mark}.
......@@ -187,11 +187,6 @@ particular alphabet or script. @xref{International}.
@item Character Terminal
@xref{Glossary---Text Terminal}.
@item Chord
A chord is a key sequence (q.v.) in which the keys are pressed at the
same time. For example: @kbd{S-M-C-a}. You can hold down a chord to
repeat its command.
@item Click Event
A click event is the kind of input event (q.v.@:) generated when you
press a mouse button and release it without moving the mouse.
......@@ -1375,9 +1370,10 @@ are not in a recursive editing level (q.v.@:) or the minibuffer
level by aborting (q.v.@:) and quitting (q.v.). @xref{Quitting}.
@item Transient Mark Mode
Transient Mark mode gives you much of the standard
selection-highlighting behavior of other editors. In GNU Emacs 23 and
onwards, it is enabled by default. @xref{Disabled Transient Mark}.
The default behavior of the mark (q.v.@:) and region (q.v.), in which
setting the mark activates it and highlights the region, is called
Transient Mark mode. In GNU Emacs 23 and onwards, it is enabled by
default. @xref{Disabled Transient Mark}.
@item Transposition
Transposing two units of text means putting each one into the place
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