Commit 446809ab authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Don't say that the mode line is taller, because we are fixing that.

Minor cleanups.
parent 358f71fd
......@@ -165,15 +165,13 @@ minibuffer by typing @kbd{C-g}. @xref{Minibuffer}.
@cindex top level
@c
Each text window's last line is a @dfn{mode line}, which describes what
is going on in that window. When there is only one text window, the
mode line appears right above the echo area; it is the next-to-last line
on the frame. The mode line starts and ends with dashes. On a
text-mode display, the mode line is in inverse video if the terminal
supports that; on a graphics display, the mode line is by default drawn
with a 3D box appearence, which makes it slightly larger than a normal
text line (if you don't like that, the 3D appearence can be turned off;
see @ref{Optional Mode Line}).
Each text window's last line is a @dfn{mode line}, which describes
what is going on in that window. When there is only one text window,
the mode line appears right above the echo area; it is the
next-to-last line on the frame. The mode line starts and ends with
dashes. On a text-mode display, the mode line is in inverse video if
the terminal supports that; on a graphics display, the mode line has a
3D box appearence to help it stand out.
Normally, the mode line looks like this:
......@@ -295,8 +293,9 @@ formats by setting each of the variables @code{eol-mnemonic-unix},
information to the mode line, such as the current column number of
point, the current time, and whether new mail for you has arrived.
The mode line is mouse-sensitive and help text is echoed when you move
the mouse across it. @xref{Mode Line Mouse}.
The mode line is mouse-sensitive; when you move the mouse across
various parts of it, Emacs displays help text to say what a click in
that place will do. @xref{Mode Line Mouse}.
@node Menu Bar
@section The Menu Bar
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