Commit 1a426e9b authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Fix several minor errors.

parent 0e7c8611
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@chapter Frames
@cindex frame
A @var{frame} is a rectangle on the screen that contains one or more
A @dfn{frame} is a rectangle on the screen that contains one or more
Emacs windows. A frame initially contains a single main window (plus
perhaps a minibuffer window), which you can subdivide vertically or
horizontally into smaller windows.
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ This predicate returns @code{t} if @var{object} is a frame, and
To create a new frame, call the function @code{make-frame}.
@defun make-frame alist
@defun make-frame &optional alist
This function creates a new frame. If you are using X, it makes
an X window frame; otherwise, it makes a terminal frame.
......@@ -313,8 +313,9 @@ and when the frame is iconified.
Non-@code{nil} if the screen position of the frame was explicitly
requested by the user (for example, with the @samp{-geometry} option).
Nothing automatically makes this parameter non-@code{nil}; it is up to
Lisp programs that call @code{make-frame} to specify this parameter as
well as specifying the @code{left} and @code{top} parameters.
Lisp programs that call @code{make-frame} to specify this parameter to
indicate that the values of the @code{left} and @code{top} parameters
are user-specified positions.
@item height
The height of the frame contents, in characters. (To get the height in
......@@ -739,7 +740,7 @@ Emacs cooperates with the X server and the window managers by arranging
to select frames according to what the server and window manager ask
for. It does so by generating a special kind of input event, called a
@dfn{focus} event. The command loop handles a focus event by calling
@code{handle-select-frame}. @xref{Focus Events}.
@code{handle-switch-frame}. @xref{Focus Events}.
@deffn Command handle-switch-frame frame
This function handles a focus event by selecting frame @var{frame}.
......@@ -1253,13 +1254,13 @@ If you specify them, the key is
@node Server Data
@section Data about the X Server
This section describes functions and a variable that you can use to
get information about the capabilities and origin of an X display that
Emacs is using. Each of these functions lets you specify the display
you are interested in: the @var{display} argument can be either a
display name, or a frame (meaning use the display that frame is on). If
you omit the @var{display} argument, or specify @code{nil}, that means
to use the selected frame's display.
This section describes functions you can use to get information about
the capabilities and origin of an X display that Emacs is using. Each
of these functions lets you specify the display you are interested in:
the @var{display} argument can be either a display name, or a frame
(meaning use the display that frame is on). If you omit the
@var{display} argument, or specify @code{nil}, that means to use the
selected frame's display.
@defun x-display-screens &optional display
This function returns the number of screens associated with the display.
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