Commit 187c4f85 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/emacs/fixit.texi (Fixit, Undo): Reword to improve page-breaks.

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2012-05-03 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* fixit.texi (Fixit, Undo): Reword to improve page-breaks.
2012-05-01 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* emacs.texi (@copying): Only print EDITION in the TeX version.
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@cindex mistakes, correcting
In this chapter we describe commands that are useful when you catch
a mistake while editing. The most fundamental command for correcting
erroneous editing is the undo command @kbd{C-/} (which is also bound
to @kbd{C-x u} and @kbd{C-_}). This undoes a single command, or a
a mistake while editing. The most fundamental of these commands is
the undo command @kbd{C-/} (also bound to @kbd{C-x u} and @kbd{C-_}).
This undoes a single command, or a
part of a command (as in the case of @code{query-replace}), or several
consecutive character insertions. Consecutive repetitions of
@kbd{C-/} undo earlier and earlier changes, back to the limit of the
......@@ -60,7 +60,6 @@ beginners to remember: @samp{u} stands for ``undo''. It is also bound
to @kbd{C-_} because typing @kbd{C-/} on some text terminals actually
enters @kbd{C-_}.}. This undoes the most recent change in the buffer,
and moves point back to where it was before that change.
Consecutive repetitions of @kbd{C-/} (or its aliases) undo earlier
and earlier changes in the current buffer. If all the recorded
changes have already been undone, the undo command signals an error.
......@@ -75,7 +74,7 @@ changes you have undone, type @kbd{C-f} or any other command that
harmlessly breaks the sequence of undoing; then type @kbd{C-/} to undo
the undo command.
On the other hand, if you want to resume undoing, without redoing
Alternatively, if you want to resume undoing, without redoing
previous undo commands, use @kbd{M-x undo-only}. This is like
@code{undo}, but will not redo changes you have just undone.
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