Commit 2f45a8ed authored by Adrian Robert's avatar Adrian Robert
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ns-emacs.texi: Update version. (Introduction): Correct menu location for...

ns-emacs.texi: Update version.  (Introduction): Correct menu location for options save.  (Customization): Note that defaults are stored under org.gnu.Emacs.
parent 86d21abc
2008-08-18 Brian Cully <bjc@kublai.com>
* ns-emacs.texi: Update version.
(Introduction): Correct menu location for options save.
(Customization): Note that defaults are stored under org.gnu.Emacs.
2008-08-18 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
Release MH-E manual version 8.1.
* mh-e.texi (VERSION, EDITION, UPDATED, UPDATE-MONTH): Update for
release 8.1.
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......@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ developing GNU and promoting software freedom.''
@sp 10
@center @titlefont{Emacs.app}
@center (Version 9.0-rc1, April, 2006)
@center (Version 9.0-rc3, November, 2007)
@sp 2
@center Carl Edman
......@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ menu, or through the standard Cmd-t and Cmd-C. These are easier to use than
Emacs's own methods for setting these items. To use the color panel, drag
from it to an emacs frame. The foreground (or background, if shift is held
down) of the face at that point will be changed. To finalize settings for
either color or font, choose 'Save Preferences' from under the Help menu. To
either color or font, choose 'Save Options' from under the Options menu. To
discard these settings, create a new frame and close the altered one.
@item
......@@ -445,15 +445,16 @@ combo box.
@node Customization, Tips and Tricks, Preferences Panel, Top
@section Customization
Under X, resources are used to customize the behavior of Emacs to the needs of
the user. These resources are queried programmatically with the
@code{x-get-resource} function. Under NS defaults fulfill a similar function.
They can be read using the @code{ns-get-resource} function. Calls to
@code{x-get-resource} are automatically mapped to @code{ns-get-resource}.
From the command line, the command `@code{defaults read Emacs}' will show
these resources as of last Emacs quit, and individual resources can be
read/written by commands like `@code{defaults read Emacs Foo}' and
`@code{defaults write Emacs Foo barvalue}'.
Under X, resources are used to customize the behavior of Emacs to the
needs of the user. These resources are queried programmatically with
the @code{x-get-resource} function. Under NS defaults fulfill a
similar function. They can be read using the @code{ns-get-resource}
function. Calls to @code{x-get-resource} are automatically mapped to
@code{ns-get-resource}. From the command line, the command
`@code{defaults read org.gnu.Emacs}' will show these resources as of
last Emacs quit, and individual resources can be read/written by
commands like `@code{defaults read Emacs Foo}' and `@code{defaults
write Emacs Foo barvalue}'.
Calling the function @code{ns-save-preferences} in lisp, or selecting ``Save
Options'' from the 'Options' menu will automatically write out the defaults
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