Commit 4223d755 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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More page break tweaks for the manual

* doc/emacs/text.texi (Pages, Filling, Foldout, Org Mode, HTML Mode)
(Nroff Mode, Enriched Indentation, Table Rows and Columns):
Tweak line and page breaks.
parent 0b40418e
2012-05-03 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* text.texi (Pages, Filling, Foldout, Org Mode, HTML Mode)
(Nroff Mode, Enriched Indentation, Table Rows and Columns):
Tweak line and page breaks.
* modes.texi (Major Modes, Minor Modes): Reword to improve page-breaks.
(Major Modes): Use example rather than smallexample.
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......@@ -379,8 +379,8 @@ delimited once again. The reason @kbd{C-x C-p} includes only the
following page delimiter in the region is to ensure that.
A numeric argument to @kbd{C-x C-p} specifies which page to go to,
relative to the current one. Zero means the current page. One means
the next page, and @minus{}1 means the previous one.
relative to the current one. Zero means the current page, one
the next page, and @minus{}1 the previous one.
@kindex C-x l
@findex count-lines-page
......@@ -412,7 +412,7 @@ beginning of a line.
specified width. Emacs does filling in two ways. In Auto Fill mode,
inserting text with self-inserting characters also automatically fills
it. There are also explicit fill commands that you can use when editing
text leaves it unfilled.
text.
@menu
* Auto Fill:: Auto Fill mode breaks long lines automatically.
......@@ -1240,6 +1240,7 @@ quad click: exit all folds and hide text.
@end itemize
@end table
@c FIXME not marked as a user variable
@vindex foldout-mouse-modifiers
You can specify different modifier keys (instead of
@kbd{Control-Meta-}) by setting @code{foldout-mouse-modifiers}; but if
......@@ -1248,7 +1249,7 @@ it in order for this to take effect.
To use the Foldout package, you can type @kbd{M-x load-library
@key{RET} foldout @key{RET}}; or you can arrange for to do that
automatically by putting this in your init file (@pxref{Init File}):
automatically by putting the following in your init file:
@example
(eval-after-load "outline" '(require 'foldout))
......@@ -1307,8 +1308,8 @@ with @kbd{M-<left>} (@code{org-metaleft}) and @kbd{M-<right>}
if invoked on a body line.
The following subsections give basic instructions for using Org mode
as an organizer and as an authoring system. @xref{Top,The Org Mode
Manual,,org, The Org Manual}, for details.
as an organizer and as an authoring system. For details, @pxref{Top,
The Org Mode Manual, Introduction, org, The Org Manual}.
@menu
* Org Organizer:: Managing TODO lists and agendas.
......@@ -1886,8 +1887,8 @@ the tag at point.
@kindex C-c / @r{(SGML mode)}
@findex sgml-close-tag
Insert a close tag for the innermost unterminated tag
(@code{sgml-close-tag}). If called from within a tag or a comment,
close this element instead of inserting a close tag.
(@code{sgml-close-tag}). If called within a tag or a comment,
close it instead of inserting a close tag.
@item C-c 8
@kindex C-c 8 @r{(SGML mode)}
......@@ -1948,10 +1949,10 @@ always insert explicit closing tags as well.
@cindex nroff
@findex nroff-mode
@vindex nroff-mode-hook
Nroff mode is a major mode derived from Text mode, which is
Nroff mode, a major mode derived from Text mode, is
specialized for editing nroff files (e.g.@: Unix man pages). Type
@kbd{M-x nroff-mode} to enter this mode. Entering Nroff mode runs the
hook @code{text-mode-hook}, followed by @code{nroff-mode-hook}
hook @code{text-mode-hook}, then @code{nroff-mode-hook}
(@pxref{Hooks}).
In Nroff mode, nroff command lines are treated as paragraph
......@@ -2209,7 +2210,7 @@ for the right or left margin of a paragraph or a part of a paragraph.
These margins also affect fill commands such as @kbd{M-q}
(@pxref{Filling}).
The Indentation submenu of Text Properties provides four commands
The Indentation submenu of Text Properties offers commands
for specifying indentation:
@table @code
......@@ -2292,10 +2293,9 @@ commands do nothing on text with this setting. You can, however,
still indent the left margin.
@end table
@vindex default-justification
You can also specify justification styles using the Justification
submenu in the Text Properties menu.
@vindex default-justification
The default justification style is specified by the per-buffer
variable @code{default-justification}. Its value should be one of the
symbols @code{left}, @code{right}, @code{full}, @code{center}, or
......@@ -2578,10 +2578,12 @@ to @code{nil}.
@findex table-insert-row
@kbd{M-x table-insert-row} inserts a row of cells before the current
table row. The current row, together with point, is pushed down past
the new row. To insert rows after the last row at the bottom of a
the new row. To insert a row after the last row at the bottom of a
table, invoke this command with point below the table, just below the
bottom edge. A numeric prefix argument specifies the number of rows
to insert.
bottom edge. You can insert more than one row at a time by using a
numeric prefix argument.
@c A numeric prefix argument specifies the number of rows to insert.
@findex table-insert-column
Similarly, @kbd{M-x table-insert-column} inserts a column of cells
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