Commit 35626cba authored by Jay Belanger's avatar Jay Belanger
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(General Mode Commands, Mode Settings in Embedded Mode): Added some

explanation of recording mode settings.
parent a702ffbb
......@@ -12262,9 +12262,13 @@ appended to the end of the file.
@kindex m R
@pindex calc-mode-record-mode
The @kbd{m R} (@code{calc-mode-record-mode}) command tells Calc to
record the new mode settings (as if by pressing @kbd{m m}) every
time a mode setting changes. If Embedded mode is enabled, other
options are available; @pxref{Mode Settings in Embedded Mode}.
record all the mode settings (as if by pressing @kbd{m m}) every
time a mode setting changes. If the modes are saved this way, then this
``automatic mode recording'' mode is also saved.
Type @kbd{m R} again to disable this method of recording the mode
settings. To turn it off permanently, the @kbd{m m} command will also be
necessary. (If Embedded mode is enabled, other options for recording
the modes are available; @pxref{Mode Settings in Embedded Mode}.)
 
@kindex m F
@pindex calc-settings-file-name
......@@ -30451,8 +30455,8 @@ use @kbd{M-# u} to update the buffer by hand.
@noindent
The mode settings can be changed while Calc is in embedded mode, but
will revert to their original values when embedded mode is ended
(except for the modes changed while the mode-setting mode was
@code{Save}).
(except for the modes saved when the mode-recording mode is
@code{Save}; see below).
 
Embedded mode has a rather complicated mechanism for handling mode
settings in Embedded formulas. It is possible to put annotations
......@@ -30572,10 +30576,11 @@ rules of reading annotations the @samp{(sci 0)} applies to it, too.
We would have to go down to the other formula and press @kbd{M-# u}
on it in order to get it to notice the new annotation.
 
Two more mode-recording modes selectable by @kbd{m R} are @code{Save}
(which works even outside of Embedded mode), in which mode settings
are recorded permanently in your Calc init file (the file given by the
variable @code{calc-settings-file}, typically @file{~/.calc.el})
Two more mode-recording modes selectable by @kbd{m R} are available
which are also available outside of Embedded mode.
(@pxref{General Mode Commands}.) They are @code{Save}, in which mode
settings are recorded permanently in your Calc init file (the file given
by the variable @code{calc-settings-file}, typically @file{~/.calc.el})
rather than by annotating the current document, and no-recording
mode (where there is no symbol like @code{Save} or @code{Local} in
the mode line), in which mode-changing commands do not leave any
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