Commit 8a176e64 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Custom Themes): Minor cleanup.

parent b84c4f07
2006-01-19 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* custom.texi (Custom Themes): Minor cleanup.
* programs.texi (Hungry Delete): Upcase @key argument.
2006-01-16 Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org>
* gnus.texi: Update copyright.
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......@@ -729,14 +729,15 @@ theme occurring earlier in @code{custom-enabled-themes} takes effect.
@findex load-theme
@findex enable-theme
@findex disable-theme
You can also enable a Custom theme with @kbd{M-x enable-theme}.
This prompts for a theme name in the minibuffer, loads the theme from
the theme file if necessary, and enables the theme. An enabled theme
can be @dfn{disabled} with the command @kbd{M-x disable-theme}; this
returns the options specified in the theme to their original values.
To re-enable the theme, call @kbd{M-x enable-theme} again. If a theme
file is changed during your Emacs session, you can reload it by
calling @kbd{M-x load-theme}. This also enables the theme.
You can temporarily enable a Custom theme with @kbd{M-x
enable-theme}. This prompts for a theme name in the minibuffer, loads
the theme from the theme file if necessary, and enables the theme.
You can @dfn{disabled} any enabled theme with the command @kbd{M-x
disable-theme}; this returns the options specified in the theme to
their original values. To re-enable the theme, type @kbd{M-x
enable-theme} again. If a theme file is changed during your Emacs
session, you can reload it by typing @kbd{M-x load-theme}. (This also
enables the theme.)
@node Variables
@section Variables
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