Commit 7bd00724 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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keymaps.texi tweak

* doc/lispref/keymaps.texi (Active Keymaps, Searching Keymaps):
Remove confusing mention of "symbolic prefix".

Fixes: debbugs:13643
parent dacbc44c
2013-02-08 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* keymaps.texi (Active Keymaps, Searching Keymaps):
Remove confusing mention of "symbolic prefix". (Bug#13643)
2013-01-16 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* macros.texi (Indenting Macros): Fix order of an indent
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......@@ -634,8 +634,8 @@ keymap, and the global keymap, in that order. Emacs searches for each
input key sequence in all these keymaps. @xref{Searching Keymaps},
for more details of this procedure.
When the key sequence starts with a mouse event (optionally preceded
by a symbolic prefix), the active keymaps are determined based on the
When the key sequence starts with a mouse event,
the active keymaps are determined based on the
position in that event. If the event happened on a string embedded
with a @code{display}, @code{before-string}, or @code{after-string}
property (@pxref{Special Properties}), the non-@code{nil} map
......@@ -766,8 +766,7 @@ them:
@var{find-in} and @var{find-in-any} are pseudo functions that search
in one keymap and in an alist of keymaps, respectively. (Searching a
single keymap for a binding is called @dfn{key lookup}; see @ref{Key
Lookup}.) If the key sequence starts with a mouse event, or a
symbolic prefix event followed by a mouse event, that event's position
Lookup}.) If the key sequence starts with a mouse event, that event's position
is used instead of point and the current buffer. Mouse events on an
embedded string use non-@code{nil} text properties from that string
instead of the buffer. @var{temp-map} is a pseudo variable that
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