Commit 22065ab9 authored by Luc Teirlinck's avatar Luc Teirlinck
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@syncodeindex vr cp
@syncodeindex ky cp
@comment %**end of header
@comment $Id: info.texi,v 1.29 2003/07/04 21:07:23 teirllm Exp $
@comment $Id: info.texi,v 1.30 2003/07/08 01:21:43 teirllm Exp $
@copying
This file describes how to use Info, the on-line, menu-driven GNU
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@findex visible-mode
You can make invisible text visible by using the command @kbd{M-x
visible-mode}. @code{visible-mode} is a minor mode, so using it a
second time will make the text invisible again. Use this command and
watch its effect on the ``menu'' below and the top line of this node.
visible-mode}. @dfn{Visible mode} is a minor mode, so using the
command a second time will make the text invisible again. Watch the
effects of the command on the ``menu'' below and the top line of this
node.
If you prefer to @emph{always} see the invisible text, you can set
@code{Info-hide-note-references} to @code{nil}. Enabling
@code{visible-mode} permanently is not a real alternative, because
Emacs Info also uses (although less extensively) another text property
that can change the text being displayed, the @samp{display} property.
Only the invisibility property is affected by @code{visible-mode}.
When, in this tutorial, we refer to the @samp{Emacs} behavior, we mean
the @emph{default} Emacs behavior.
@code{Info-hide-note-references} to @code{nil}. Enabling Visible mode
permanently is not a real alternative, because Emacs Info also uses
(although less extensively) another text property that can change the
text being displayed, the @samp{display} property. Only the
invisibility property is affected by Visible mode. When, in this
tutorial, we refer to the @samp{Emacs} behavior, we mean the
@emph{default} Emacs behavior.
Now type @kbd{]}, to learn about the @kbd{]} and @kbd{[} commands.
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in a real menu item, the @samp{*} would appear at the very start of
the line. This is why the ``normally hidden'' text in Emacs, namely
@samp{: Node about FOO.}, is actually visible in this example, even
when @code{visible-mode} is off.]]
when Visible mode is off.]]
When you use a menu to go to another node (in a way that will be
described soon), what you specify is the subtopic name, the first
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* Help-FOO:: And yet another!
@end menu
(Turn @code{visible-mode} on if you are using Emacs.)
(Turn Visible mode on if you are using Emacs.)
@format
>> Now type just an @kbd{m} and see what happens:
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