Commit 6f515f89 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Proofreading fixes friom Danny Colascione <qtmstr@optonline.net>.

parent 13b9ee95
......@@ -211,9 +211,9 @@ If you don't like this feature, you can turn it off by setting
@vindex isearch-lazy-highlight-face
@cindex faces for highlighting search matches
You can control how does the highlighting of matches look like by
customizing the faces @code{isearch} (used for the current match) and
@code{isearch-lazy-highlight-face} (used for the other matches).
You can control how this highlighting looks by customizing the faces
@code{isearch} (used for the current match) and
@code{isearch-lazy-highlight-face} (for all the other matches).
@vindex isearch-mode-map
To customize the special characters that incremental search understands,
......@@ -227,11 +227,11 @@ of bindings, look at the documentation of @code{isearch-mode} with
that is designed to take less time. Instead of redisplaying the buffer at
each place the search gets to, it creates a new single-line window and uses
that to display the line that the search has found. The single-line window
comes into play as soon as point gets outside of the text that is already
comes into play as soon as point moves outside of the text that is already
on the screen.
When you terminate the search, the single-line window is removed.
Then Emacs redisplays the window in which the search was done, to show
Emacs then redisplays the window in which the search was done, to show
its new position of point.
@vindex search-slow-speed
......@@ -289,8 +289,9 @@ for them.
Word search searches for a sequence of words without regard to how the
words are separated. More precisely, you type a string of many words,
using single spaces to separate them, and the string can be found even if
there are multiple spaces, newlines or other punctuation between the words.
using single spaces to separate them, and the string can be found even
if there are multiple spaces, newlines, or other punctuation characters
between these words.
Word search is useful for editing a printed document made with a text
formatter. If you edit while looking at the printed, formatted version,
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