Commit 45d04754 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

More manual editing

* doc/emacs/basic.texi:
* doc/emacs/calendar.texi:
* doc/emacs/display.texi:
* doc/emacs/mini.texi:
* doc/emacs/misc.texi:
* doc/emacs/picture-xtra.texi:
* doc/misc/info.texi: Prefer <PageDown> and <PageUp> over
<next> and <prior>.  Add missing @kindex entries.

* doc/emacs/custom.texi (Function Keys): Fix and add missing
key symbols.
parent 2acb9f01
......@@ -285,12 +285,18 @@ displays, @kbd{C-@key{END}} does the same.
@item C-v
@itemx @key{PageDown}
@itemx @key{next}
@kindex C-v
@kindex PageDown
@kindex next
Scroll the display one screen forward, and move point onscreen if
necessary (@code{scroll-up-command}). @xref{Scrolling}.
@item M-v
@itemx @key{PageUp}
@itemx @key{prior}
@kindex M-v
@kindex PageUp
@kindex prior
Scroll one screen backward, and move point onscreen if necessary
(@code{scroll-down-command}). @xref{Scrolling}.
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......@@ -246,9 +246,11 @@ Scroll calendar one month forward (@code{calendar-scroll-left}).
@item <
Scroll calendar one month backward (@code{calendar-scroll-right}).
@item C-v
@itemx @key{PageDown}
@itemx @key{next}
Scroll forward by three months (@code{calendar-scroll-left-three-months}).
@item M-v
@itemx @key{PageUp}
@itemx @key{prior}
Scroll backward by three months (@code{calendar-scroll-right-three-months}).
@end table
......@@ -264,8 +266,12 @@ calendar contents one month forward in time. @kbd{<} scrolls the
contents one month backwards in time.
@kindex C-v @r{(Calendar mode)}
@kindex PageDown @r{(Calendar mode)}
@kindex next @r{(Calendar mode)}
@findex calendar-scroll-left-three-months
@kindex M-v @r{(Calendar mode)}
@kindex PageUp @r{(Calendar mode)}
@kindex prior @r{(Calendar mode)}
@findex calendar-scroll-right-three-months
The commands @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v} scroll the calendar by an entire
screenful---three months---in analogy with the usual meaning of
......@@ -275,8 +281,9 @@ repeat count; in particular, since @kbd{C-u} multiplies the next command
by four, typing @kbd{C-u C-v} scrolls the calendar forward by a year and
typing @kbd{C-u M-v} scrolls the calendar backward by a year.
The function keys @key{next} and @key{prior} are equivalent to
@kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v}, just as they are in other modes.
The function keys @key{PageDown} (or @key{next}) and @key{PageUp}
(or @key{prior}) are equivalent to @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v}, just as
they are in other modes.
@node Counting Days
@section Counting Days
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......@@ -1852,10 +1852,10 @@ the corresponding Lisp symbol. Here are the conventional Lisp names for
common function keys:
@table @asis
@item @code{LEFT}, @code{UP}, @code{RIGHT}, @code{DOWN}
@item @code{left}, @code{up}, @code{right}, @code{down}
Cursor arrow keys.
@item @code{Begin}, @code{End}, @code{Home}, @code{next}, @code{prior}
@item @code{begin}, @code{end}, @code{home}, @code{next}, @code{prior}
Other cursor repositioning keys.
@item @code{select}, @code{print}, @code{execute}, @code{backtab}
......@@ -1869,6 +1869,9 @@ Numbered function keys (across the top of the keyboard).
@item @code{kp-add}, @code{kp-subtract}, @code{kp-multiply}, @code{kp-divide}
@itemx @code{kp-backtab}, @code{kp-space}, @code{kp-tab}, @code{kp-enter}
@itemx @code{kp-separator}, @code{kp-decimal}, @code{kp-equal}
@itemx @code{kp-prior}, @code{kp-next}, @code{kp-end}, @code{kp-home}
@itemx @code{kp-left}, @code{kp-up}, @code{kp-right}, @code{kp-down}
@itemx @code{kp-insert }, @code{kp-delete}
Keypad keys (to the right of the regular keyboard), with names or punctuation.
@item @code{kp-0}, @code{kp-1}, @dots{} @code{kp-9}
......
......@@ -68,21 +68,21 @@ Scrolling}). You can also scroll explicitly with these commands:
@table @kbd
@item C-v
@itemx @key{next}
@itemx @key{PageDown}
@itemx @key{next}
Scroll forward by nearly a full window (@code{scroll-up-command}).
@item M-v
@itemx @key{prior}
@itemx @key{PageUp}
@itemx @key{prior}
Scroll backward (@code{scroll-down-command}).
@end table
@kindex C-v
@kindex M-v
@kindex next
@kindex prior
@kindex PageDown
@kindex PageUp
@kindex next
@kindex prior
@findex scroll-up-command
@findex scroll-down-command
@kbd{C-v} (@code{scroll-up-command}) scrolls forward by nearly the
......@@ -90,10 +90,10 @@ whole window height. The effect is to take the two lines at the
bottom of the window and put them at the top, followed by lines that
were not previously visible. If point was in the text that scrolled
off the top, it ends up on the window's new topmost line. The
@key{next} (or @key{PageDown}) key is equivalent to @kbd{C-v}.
@key{PageDown} (or @key{next}) key is equivalent to @kbd{C-v}.
@kbd{M-v} (@code{scroll-down-command}) scrolls backward in a similar
way. The @key{prior} (or @key{PageUp}) key is equivalent to
way. The @key{PageUp} (or @key{prior}) key is equivalent to
@kbd{M-v}.
@vindex next-screen-context-lines
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......@@ -216,9 +216,9 @@ window automatically. The default value is 0.25.
The @kbd{C-M-v} command in the minibuffer scrolls the help text from
commands that display help text of any sort in another window. You
can also scroll the help text with @kbd{M-@key{prior}} and
@kbd{M-@key{next}} (or, equivalently, @kbd{M-@key{PageUp}} and
@kbd{M-@key{PageDown}}). This is especially useful with long lists of
can also scroll the help text with @kbd{M-@key{PageUp}} and
@kbd{M-@key{PageDown}} (or, equivalently, @kbd{M-@key{prior}} and
@kbd{M-@key{next}}). This is especially useful with long lists of
possible completions. @xref{Other Window}.
@vindex enable-recursive-minibuffers
......@@ -812,7 +812,7 @@ File ‘foo.el’ exists; overwrite? (y or n)
Because this query does not actually use the minibuffer, the usual
minibuffer editing commands cannot be used. However, you can perform
some window scrolling operations while the query is active: @kbd{C-l}
recenters the selected window; @kbd{C-v} (or @key{PageDown} or
recenters the selected window; @kbd{C-v} (or @key{PageDown}, or
@key{next}) scrolls forward; @kbd{M-v} (or @key{PageUp}, or
@key{prior}) scrolls backward; @kbd{C-M-v} scrolls forward in the next
window; and @kbd{C-M-S-v} scrolls backward in the next window. Typing
......
......@@ -492,12 +492,16 @@ displays the next page if you are at the end of the current page.
@findex doc-view-previous-page
@kindex n @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex p @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex PageDown @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex PageUp @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex next @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex prior @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex C-x ] @r{(DocView mode)}
@kindex C-x [ @r{(DocView mode)}
You can also display the next page by typing @kbd{n}, @key{next} or
@kbd{C-x ]} (@code{doc-view-next-page}). To display the previous
page, type @kbd{p}, @key{prior} or @kbd{C-x [}
(@code{doc-view-previous-page}).
You can also display the next page by typing @kbd{n},
@key{PageDown}, @key{next} or @kbd{C-x ]} (@code{doc-view-next-page}).
To display the previous page, type @kbd{p}, @key{PageUp}, @key{prior}
or @kbd{C-x [} (@code{doc-view-previous-page}).
@findex doc-view-scroll-up-or-next-page
@findex doc-view-scroll-down-or-previous-page
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......@@ -136,13 +136,23 @@ Picture}).
@findex picture-movement-sw
@findex picture-movement-se
@kindex C-c < @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c LEFT @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c > @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c RIGHT @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c ^ @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c UP @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c . @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c DOWN @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c ` @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c Home @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c ' @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c PageUp @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c prior @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c / @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c End @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c \ @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c PageDown @r{(Picture mode)}
@kindex C-c next @r{(Picture mode)}
Since self-inserting characters in Picture mode overwrite and move
point, there is no essential restriction on how point should be moved.
Normally point moves right, but you can specify any of the eight
......@@ -166,6 +176,7 @@ Move down after insertion (@code{picture-movement-down}).
@itemx C-c @key{Home}
Move up and left (``northwest'') after insertion (@code{picture-movement-nw}).
@item C-c '
@itemx C-c @key{PageUp}
@itemx C-c @key{prior}
Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion
(@code{picture-movement-ne}).
......@@ -174,6 +185,7 @@ Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion
Move down and left (``southwest'') after insertion
@*(@code{picture-movement-sw}).
@item C-c \
@itemx C-c @key{PageDown}
@itemx C-c @key{next}
Move down and right (``southeast'') after insertion
@*(@code{picture-movement-se}).
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......@@ -363,13 +363,15 @@ the menu, one by one. Once you reach the end of a node, and have seen
all of its subnodes, @key{SPC} takes you to the next node or to the
parent's next node.
@kindex PAGEUP @r{(Info mode)}
@kindex PAGEDOWN @r{(Info mode)}
@kindex PageUp @r{(Info mode)}
@kindex PageDown @r{(Info mode)}
@kindex prior @r{(Info mode)}
@kindex next @r{(Info mode)}
Many keyboards nowadays have two scroll keys labeled @samp{PageUp}
and @samp{PageDown} (or maybe @samp{Prior} and @samp{Next}). If your
and @samp{PageDown} (or maybe @samp{prior} and @samp{next}). If your
keyboard has these keys, you can use them to move forward and backward
through the text of one node, like @key{SPC} and @key{BACKSPACE} (or
@key{DEL}). However, @key{PAGEUP} and @key{PAGEDOWN} keys never
@key{DEL}). However, @key{PageUp} and @key{PageDown} keys never
scroll beyond the beginning or the end of the current node.
@kindex C-l @r{(Info mode)}
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