Commit 564b1f76 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix wording of the last change.

parent 8f1b2b0b
......@@ -54,9 +54,10 @@ will now be extended each time, so you can mark the next two sexps with
M-C-SPC M-C-SPC, for example.
+++
** M-h (mark-pagaraph) now accepts a prefix arg. If positive, mark
current and following pargraphs; if negative, mark current and
preceding paragraphs.
** M-h (mark-pagaraph) now accepts a prefix arg.
With positive arg, M-h marks the current and the following pargraphs;
if the arg is negative, it marks the current and the preceding
paragraphs.
** mouse-wheels can now scroll a specific fraction of the window
(rather than a fixed number of lines) and the scrolling is `progressive'.
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......@@ -284,16 +284,16 @@ arguments just like @kbd{M-f} and @kbd{C-M-f}.
@findex mark-whole-buffer
Other commands set both point and mark, to delimit an object in the
buffer. For example, @kbd{M-h} (@code{mark-paragraph}) moves point to
the beginning of the paragraph that surrounds or follows point, and puts
the mark at the end of that paragraph (@pxref{Paragraphs}). It prepares
the region so you can indent, case-convert, or kill a whole paragraph.
The command also accepts a prefix argument. If the prefix argument
is positive, @kbd{M-h} marks that many paragraphs, the paragraph
surrounding point plus some following paragraphs. If the prefix
argument is negative, @kbd{M-h} also marks that many paragraphs, but
the preceding instead of the following paragraphs. (With a positive
argument, point is put at the beginning and mark at end, with a
negative argument, point is at end and mark at the beginning.)
the beginning of the paragraph that surrounds or follows point, and
puts the mark at the end of that paragraph (@pxref{Paragraphs}). It
prepares the region so you can indent, case-convert, or kill a whole
paragraph. With prefix argument, if the argument's value is positive,
@kbd{M-h} marks that many paragraphs, the paragraph surrounding point
plus some following paragraphs. If the prefix argument is negative,
@kbd{M-h} also marks that many paragraphs, but the preceding ones
instead of the following. (With a positive argument, point is put
at the beginning and mark at end, with a negative argument, point is
at end and mark at the beginning.)
@kbd{C-M-h} (@code{mark-defun}) similarly puts point before, and the
mark after, the current (or following) major top-level definition, or
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