Commit 332f816d authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Quote “fullboth” when defining it

* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Size Parameters): Use @dfn for “fullboth”
and rewrite the containing paragraph, which was awkward.  (Bug#21472).
parent dab3828f
......@@ -1277,18 +1277,19 @@ the @code{user-position} parameter (@pxref{Position Parameters,
user-position}) does for the position parameters @code{top} and
@code{left}.
@cindex full-screen frames
@cindex fullboth frames
@cindex fullheight frames
@cindex fullwidth frames
@cindex maximized frames
@vindex fullscreen, a frame parameter
@item fullscreen
Specify that width, height or both shall be maximized. The value
@code{fullwidth} specifies that width shall be as wide as possible. The
value @code{fullheight} specifies that height shall be as tall as
possible. The value @code{fullboth} specifies that both the width and
the height shall be set to the size of the screen. The value
@code{maximized} specifies that the frame shall be maximized.
The difference between @code{maximized} and @code{fullboth} is that a
maximized frame usually keeps its title bar and the buttons for resizing
This parameter specifies whether to maximize the frame’s width, height
or both. Its value can be @code{fullwidth}, @code{fullheight},
@code{fullboth}, or @code{maximized}. A @dfn{fullwidth} frame is as
wide as possible, a @dfn{fulleight} frame is as tall as possible, and
a @dfn{fullboth} frame is both as wide and as tall as possible. A
@dfn{maximized} frame is like a fullboth frame, except that it usually
keeps its title bar and the buttons for resizing
and closing the frame. Also, maximized frames typically avoid hiding
any task bar or panels displayed on the desktop. A fullboth frame,
on the other hand, usually omits the title bar and occupies the entire
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