diff --git a/doc/emacs/mark.texi b/doc/emacs/mark.texi index aa753888e5fe23e672d4689c30351ff503e599ad..5ffe7264a35f48dd17ed98ba7b33c532fd056f1f 100644 --- a/doc/emacs/mark.texi +++ b/doc/emacs/mark.texi @@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ Set point and the mark around the text you drag across. @item mouse-3 Set the mark at point, then move point to where you click (@code{mouse-save-then-kill}). -@item @samp{Shifted cursor motion keys} +@item @r{Shifted cursor motion keys} Set the mark at point if the mark is inactive, then move point. @xref{Shift Selection}. @end table diff --git a/doc/misc/calc.texi b/doc/misc/calc.texi index 7cfb7e1f0b210d6bb9d8ab2825423fb75a2d732a..8ef08a36d8a7796f893d468735823ec318a4a152 100644 --- a/doc/misc/calc.texi +++ b/doc/misc/calc.texi @@ -14661,7 +14661,7 @@ conventions of Yacas, a free computer algebra system. While the operators and functions in Yacas are similar to those of Calc, the names of built-in functions in Yacas are capitalized. The Calc formula @samp{sin(2 x)}, for example, is entered and displayed @samp{Sin(2 x)} -in Yacas mode, and `@samp{arcsin(x^2)} is @samp{ArcSin(x^2)} in Yacas +in Yacas mode, and @samp{arcsin(x^2)} is @samp{ArcSin(x^2)} in Yacas mode. Complex numbers are written are written @samp{3 + 4 I}. The standard special constants are written @code{Pi}, @code{E}, @code{I}, @code{GoldenRatio} and @code{Gamma}. @code{Infinity} diff --git a/doc/misc/mh-e.texi b/doc/misc/mh-e.texi index 898b3418f8d7c8247e5e57cede2893746cd15bfe..52e22178b2dd80187b2355f60163946967f56263 100644 --- a/doc/misc/mh-e.texi +++ b/doc/misc/mh-e.texi @@ -6294,24 +6294,24 @@ Emacs navigational keys (like the arrow keys, or @kbd{C-n}) to move the cursor over the desired folder and then use the shortcuts for the menu items listed in the table below. -@table @samp +@table @asis @findex mh-speed-view -@item Visit Folder (@key{RET}) +@item @samp{Visit Folder} (@key{RET}) Visits the selected folder just as if you had used @kbd{F v} (@code{mh-speed-view}). @c ------------------------- @findex mh-speed-expand-folder -@item Expand Nested Folders (@kbd{+}) +@item @samp{Expand Nested Folders} (@kbd{+}) Expands the selected folder in the speedbar, exposing the children folders inside it (@code{mh-speed-expand-folder}). @c ------------------------- @findex mh-speed-contract-folder -@item Contract Nested Folders (@kbd{-}) +@item @samp{Contract Nested Folders} (@kbd{-}) Contracts or collapses the selected folder in the speedbar, hiding the children folders inside it (@code{mh-speed-contract-folder}). @c ------------------------- @findex mh-speed-refresh -@item Refresh Speedbar (@kbd{r}) +@item @samp{Refresh Speedbar} (@kbd{r}) Regenerates the list of folders in the speedbar. Run this command if you've added or deleted a folder, or want to update the unseen message count before the next automatic update (@code{mh-speed-refresh}). diff --git a/doc/misc/sc.texi b/doc/misc/sc.texi index 7d53c6dbe5ec1a7bcbffb37142c5b589cba9d168..d10bdc642632ecf87101819e06c5eb13d9c46978 100644 --- a/doc/misc/sc.texi +++ b/doc/misc/sc.texi @@ -249,10 +249,10 @@ And that's what I think too. @end menu Note that multiple inclusions of the original messages result in a -nesting of the @samp{@code{>}} characters. This can sometimes be quite +nesting of the @samp{>} characters. This can sometimes be quite confusing when many levels of citations are included since it may be difficult or impossible to figure out who actually participated in the -thread, and multiple nesting of @samp{@code{>}} characters can sometimes +thread, and multiple nesting of @samp{>} characters can sometimes make the message very difficult for the eye to scan. @cindex non-nested citations