Commit 1920914a authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling and wording fixes.

parent 0d181095
......@@ -3931,7 +3931,7 @@ the appearance of dividers:
@item window-divider
When a divider is less than three pixels wide, it is drawn solidly with
the foreground of this face. For larger dividers this face is used for
the inner part only, exluding the first and last pixel.
the inner part only, excluding the first and last pixel.
@item window-divider-first-pixel
This is the face used for drawing the first pixel of a divider that is
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......@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ content-type that is found in the new variable `image-format-suffixes'.
+++
*** The function `window-in-direction' introduced in Emacs 24.1 now
takes additional arguments for specifiying a reference point, wrapping
takes additional arguments for specifying a reference point, wrapping
selection around frame borders, and specifying ways to select the
minibuffer window.
......@@ -792,7 +792,7 @@ Use `electric-indent-mode' instead.
to filter the list of packages by a keyword.
+++
*** In the `describe-package' buffer, there are now buttons listing the
*** In the `describe-package' buffer, there are now buttons listing the
keywords related to the package. Click on a button to see other packages
related to that keyword.
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......@@ -6825,11 +6825,10 @@ frames can be resized in both dimensions."
(defcustom fit-frame-to-buffer-margins '(nil nil nil nil)
"Margins around frame for `fit-frame-to-buffer'.
This option allows to specify the numbers of pixels to be left
free on the left, above, the right, and below a frame that shall
be fit to its buffer. Set these to avoid that such a frame
obscurs other desktop objects like the taskbar. The default is
nil for each side which means to not add any margins.
This specifies the numbers of pixels to be left free on the left,
above, on the right, and below a frame fitted to its buffer. Set
this to avoid obscuring other desktop objects like the taskbar.
The default is nil for each side, which means to not add margins.
The value specified here can be overridden for a specific frame
by that frame's `fit-frame-to-buffer-margins' parameter, if
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