Commit 8caa1356 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Mode Line Format): Get rid of "Emacs 21".

(Mode Line Data, Properties in Mode, Header Lines): Likewise.
parent 2a1cf636
......@@ -1220,7 +1220,7 @@ displayed in the window. The mode line contains information about the
buffer, such as its name, associated file, depth of recursive editing,
and major and minor modes. A window can also have a @dfn{header
line}, which is much like the mode line but appears at the top of the
window (starting in Emacs 21).
This section describes how to control the contents of the mode line
and header line. We include it in this chapter because much of the
......@@ -1295,7 +1295,7 @@ controls which other variables are used to form the mode-line text, and
where they appear.
If you set this variable to @code{nil} in a buffer, that buffer does not
have a mode line. (This feature was added in Emacs 21.)
have a mode line.
@end defvar
A mode-line construct may be as simple as a fixed string of text, but
......@@ -1349,7 +1349,6 @@ common form of mode-line construct.
@item (:eval @var{form})
A list whose first element is the symbol @code{:eval} says to evaluate
@var{form}, and use the result as a string to display.
(This feature is new as of Emacs 21.)
@item (:propertize @var{elt} @var{props}@dots{})
A list whose first element is the symbol @code{:propertize} says to
......@@ -1713,7 +1712,7 @@ The value of @code{global-mode-string}. Currently, only
@subsection Properties in the Mode Line
@cindex text properties in the mode line
Starting in Emacs 21, certain text properties are meaningful in the
Certain text properties are meaningful in the
mode line. The @code{face} property affects the appearance of text; the
@code{help-echo} property associate help strings with the text, and
@code{local-map} can make the text mouse-sensitive.
......@@ -1757,7 +1756,7 @@ local variables.
@cindex header line (of a window)
@cindex window header line
Starting in Emacs 21, a window can have a @dfn{header line} at the
A window can have a @dfn{header line} at the
top, just as it can have a mode line at the bottom. The header line
feature works just like the mode-line feature, except that it's
controlled by different variables.
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