Commit 155d93ff authored by Katsumi Yamaoka's avatar Katsumi Yamaoka

doc/misc/gnus.texi (Top): Add missing `HTML' menu.

(HTML): Fix xref to FAQ 4-16.
parent be1f3161
2014-11-10 Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org>
* gnus.texi (Top): Add missing `HTML' menu.
(HTML): Fix xref to FAQ 4-16.
2014-11-09 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (version): Remove variable.
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......@@ -618,6 +618,7 @@ Article Buffer
* Hiding Headers:: Deciding what headers should be displayed.
* Using MIME:: Pushing articles through @acronym{MIME} before reading them.
* HTML:: Reading @acronym{HTML} messages.
* Customizing Articles:: Tailoring the look of the articles.
* Article Keymap:: Keystrokes available in the article buffer.
* Misc Article:: Other stuff.
......@@ -11769,8 +11770,7 @@ If your Emacs copy has been built with libxml2 support, then Gnus uses
Emacs' built-in, plain elisp Simple HTML Renderer @code{shr}
@footnote{@code{shr} displays colors as declared in the @acronym{HTML}
article but tries to adjust them in order to be readable. If you
prefer more contrast, have a look at question 4.16 in the
@xref{Frequently Asked Questions}.} which is also used by Emacs'
prefer more contrast, @xref{FAQ 4-16}.} which is also used by Emacs'
browser EWW (@pxref{EWW, ,EWW, emacs, The Emacs Manual}).
If your Emacs copy lacks libxml2 support but you have @code{w3m}
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