Commit 399bf6b3 authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry
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typos etc.

parent 9e9245ce
2004-10-05 Karl Berry <karl@gnu.org>
* info.texi: consistently use --- throughout, periods at end of
menu descriptions, and a couple typos.
From: Benno Schulenberg <benno@nietvergeten.nl>,
in bug-texinfo mail.
2004-10-05 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
* text.texi: Various small changes in addition to the following.
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......@@ -130,15 +130,15 @@ the screen.
@end ifnotinfo
@menu
* Help-Small-Screen:: Starting Info on a Small Screen
* Help:: How to use Info
* Help-P:: Returning to the Previous node
* Help-Small-Screen:: Starting Info on a Small Screen.
* Help:: How to use Info.
* Help-P:: Returning to the Previous node.
* Help-^L:: The Space, DEL, B and ^L commands.
* Help-Inv:: Invisible text in Emacs Info.
* Help-M:: Menus
* Help-Xref:: Following cross-references
* Help-Int:: Some intermediate Info commands
* Help-Q:: Quitting Info
* Help-M:: Menus.
* Help-Xref:: Following cross-references.
* Help-Int:: Some intermediate Info commands.
* Help-Q:: Quitting Info.
@end menu
@node Help-Small-Screen
......@@ -212,8 +212,8 @@ This is line 59
If you have managed to get here, go back to the beginning with
@kbd{DEL} (or @key{BACKSPACE}), and come back here again, then you
understand the about the @samp{Space} and @samp{Backspace} keys. So
now type an @kbd{n} ---just one character; don't type the quotes and
don't type the Return key afterward--- to get to the normal start of
now type an @kbd{n}---just one character; don't type the quotes and
don't type the Return key afterward---to get to the normal start of
the course.
@end ifinfo
......@@ -243,8 +243,8 @@ well. In Emacs, the header line is duplicated in a special typeface,
and the duplicate remains at the top of the window all the time even
if you scroll through the node.
Besides a @samp{Next}, a node can have a @samp{Previous} or an
@samp{Up} links, or both. As you can see, this node has all of these
Besides a @samp{Next}, a node can have a @samp{Previous} link, or an
@samp{Up} link, or both. As you can see, this node has all of these
links.
@kindex n @r{(Info mode)}
......@@ -375,7 +375,7 @@ scroll beyond the beginning or the end of the current node.
@kindex C-l @r{(Info mode)}
If your screen is ever garbaged, you can tell Info to display it
again by typing @kbd{C-l} (@kbd{Control-L}, that is---hold down
again by typing @kbd{C-l} (@kbd{Control-L}---that is, hold down
@key{CTRL} and type @kbd{L} or @kbd{l}).
@format
......@@ -414,8 +414,8 @@ the list, make it go away by typing a @key{SPC} repeatedly.
(If you are using the stand-alone Info reader, type @kbd{C-x 0} to
return here, that is---press and hold @key{CTRL}, type an @kbd{x},
then release @key{CTRL} and @kbd{x}, and press @kbd{0}---a zero, not
the letter ``o''.)
then release @key{CTRL} and @kbd{x}, and press @kbd{0}; that's a zero,
not the letter ``o''.)
From now on, you will encounter large nodes without warning, and
will be expected to know how to use @key{SPC} and @key{BACKSPACE} to
......@@ -1061,7 +1061,7 @@ you typed @emph{as a substring}. For each match, Info shows in the
echo area the full index entry it found. Often, the text of the full
index entry already gives you enough information to decide whether it
is relevant to what you are looking for, so we recommend that you read
what Emacs shows in the echo area before looking at the node it
what Info shows in the echo area before looking at the node it
displays.
Since @kbd{i} looks for a substring, you can search for subjects even
......@@ -1205,7 +1205,7 @@ reads from the terminal.
A menu begins with a line starting with @w{@samp{* Menu:}}. The
rest of the line is a comment. After the starting line, every line
that begins with a @samp{* } lists a single topic. The name of the
topic--what the user must type at the @kbd{m}'s command prompt to
topic---what the user must type at the @kbd{m}'s command prompt to
select this topic---comes right after the star and space, and is
followed by a colon, spaces and tabs, and the name of the node which
discusses that topic. The node name, like node names following
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