Commit 186e9bcc authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix cross-references to "Resources".

parent 113c2ede
......@@ -911,7 +911,7 @@ line option:
Specify @var{title} as the title for the initial Emacs frame.
@end table
The @samp{--name} option (@pxref{Resources X}) also specifies the title
The @samp{--name} option (@pxref{Resources}) also specifies the title
for the initial Emacs frame.
@node Icons X
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......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ background color.
@findex set-face-background
To alter the appearance of a face, use the customization buffer.
@xref{Face Customization}. You can also use X resources to specify
attributes of particular faces (@pxref{Resources X}). Alternatively,
attributes of particular faces (@pxref{Resources}). Alternatively,
you can change the foreground and background colors of a specific face
with @kbd{M-x set-face-foreground} and @kbd{M-x set-face-background}.
These commands prompt in the minibuffer for a face name and a color
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......@@ -690,7 +690,7 @@ Press @kbd{S-Mouse-1} to activate this menu.
In Emacs versions that use an X toolkit, the color-setting and
font-setting functions don't affect menus and the menu bar, since they
are displayed by their own widget classes. To change the appearance of
the menus and menu bar, you must use X resources (@pxref{Resources X}).
the menus and menu bar, you must use X resources (@pxref{Resources}).
@xref{Colors X}, regarding colors. @xref{Font X}, regarding choice of
font.
......@@ -740,7 +740,7 @@ frames yet to be created. Customize the option @code{scroll-bar-mode}
to control the use of scroll bars at startup. You can use it to specify
that they are placed at the right of windows if you prefer that. You
can use the X resource @samp{verticalScrollBars} to control the initial
setting of Scroll Bar mode similarly. @xref{Resources X}.
setting of Scroll Bar mode similarly. @xref{Resources}.
@findex toggle-scroll-bar
To enable or disable scroll bars for just the selected frame, use the
......@@ -785,7 +785,7 @@ With no argument, this command toggles Menu Bar mode, a
minor mode. With an argument, the command turns Menu Bar mode on if the
argument is positive, off if the argument is not positive. You can use
the X resource @samp{menuBarLines} to control the initial setting of
Menu Bar mode. @xref{Resources X}.
Menu Bar mode. @xref{Resources}.
@kindex C-Mouse-3 @r{(when menu bar is disabled)}
Expert users often turn off the menu bar, especially on text-only
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