Commit 0f5fe5cc authored by Luc Teirlinck's avatar Luc Teirlinck
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(Other Display Specs, Image Descriptors): Revert erroneous changes.

The previous description of image-descriptors as `(image . PROPS)' was
correct.  (Pointed out by Johan Bockgård.)
parent b6498a68
......@@ -3280,7 +3280,7 @@ Display @var{string} instead of the text that has this property.
Recursive display specifications are not supported---@var{string}'s
@code{display} properties, if any, are not used.
@item (image @var{image-props})
@item (image . @var{image-props})
This kind of display specification is an image descriptor (@pxref{Images}).
When used as a display specification, it means to display the image
instead of the text that has the display specification.
......@@ -3507,12 +3507,11 @@ function always returns @code{t}; for other image types, it returns
@subsection Image Descriptors
@cindex image descriptor
An image description is a list of the form @code{(image
@var{props})}, where @var{props} is a property list containing
alternating keyword symbols (symbols whose names start with a colon) and
their values. You can use any Lisp object as a property, but the only
properties that have any special meaning are certain symbols, all of
them keywords.
An image description is a list of the form @code{(image . @var{props})},
where @var{props} is a property list containing alternating keyword
symbols (symbols whose names start with a colon) and their values.
You can use any Lisp object as a property, but the only properties
that have any special meaning are certain symbols, all of them keywords.
Every image descriptor must contain the property @code{:type
@var{type}} to specify the format of the image. The value of @var{type}
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