Commit 5336b0e0 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Minor wording fixes.

parent d408f8d0
......@@ -803,9 +803,9 @@ are decoded correctly.
If Emacs recognizes the encoding of a file incorrectly, you can
reread the file using the correct coding system by typing @kbd{C-x
@key{RET} c @var{coding-system} @key{RET} M-x revert-buffer
@key{RET}}. To see what coding system did Emacs use to decode the
file, look at the coding system mnemonic letter near the left edge of
the mode line (@pxref{Mode Line}), or type @kbd{C-h C @key{RET}}.
@key{RET}}. To see what coding system Emacs actually used to decode
the file, look at the coding system mnemonic letter near the left edge
of the mode line (@pxref{Mode Line}), or type @kbd{C-h C @key{RET}}.
@vindex buffer-file-coding-system
Once Emacs has chosen a coding system for a buffer, it stores that
......@@ -844,7 +844,7 @@ not recommended and prompts you for another coding system. This is so
you won't inadvertently send a message encoded in a way that your
recipient's mail software will have difficulty decoding. (If you do
want to use the most-preferred coding system, you can still type its
name to Emacs prompt.)
name in response to the question.)
@vindex sendmail-coding-system
When you send a message with Mail mode (@pxref{Sending Mail}), Emacs has
......@@ -1337,8 +1337,8 @@ command names.
@cindex ISO Accents mode
@findex iso-accents-mode
@cindex Latin-1, Latin-2 and Latin-3 input mode
For Latin-1, Latin-2 and Latin-3, @kbd{M-x iso-accents-mode} installs
a minor mode which works much like the @code{latin-1-prefix} input
For Latin-1, Latin-2 and Latin-3, @kbd{M-x iso-accents-mode} enables
a minor mode that works much like the @code{latin-1-prefix} input
method, but does not depend on having the input methods installed. This
mode is buffer-local. It can be customized for various languages with
@kbd{M-x iso-accents-customize}.
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