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