Commit 8cc3d197 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Doc tweaks re text-mode menus

* doc/emacs/screen.texi (Menu Bar): Copyedits.

* doc/emacs/msdog.texi (Windows Keyboard): F10 menus are now a general feature.
parent 881aae56
2014-06-08 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* screen.texi (Menu Bar): Copyedits.
* msdog.texi (Windows Keyboard): F10 menus are now a general feature.
* frames.texi (Frame Commands): Copyedits re M-F10, F11.
* cmdargs.texi (Window Size X): Copyedits.
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......@@ -458,13 +458,6 @@ before Microsoft was founded.) Examples of conflicts include
You can redefine some of them with meanings more like the MS-Windows
meanings by enabling CUA Mode (@pxref{CUA Bindings}).
@kindex F10 @r{(MS-Windows)}
@cindex menu bar access using keyboard @r{(MS-Windows)}
The @key{F10} key on Windows activates the menu bar in a way that
makes it possible to use the menus without a mouse. In this mode, the
arrow keys traverse the menus, @key{RET} selects a highlighted menu
item, and @key{ESC} closes the menu.
@iftex
@inforef{Windows Keyboard, , emacs}, for information about additional
Windows-specific variables in this category.
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......@@ -285,10 +285,7 @@ performs various commands. @xref{Mode Line Mouse}.
can use to perform common operations. There's no need to list them
here, as you can more easily see them yourself.
@kindex M-`
@kindex F10
@findex menu-bar-open
On a display that support a mouse, you can use the mouse to choose a
On a display that supports a mouse, you can use the mouse to choose a
command from the menu bar. An arrow on the right edge of a menu item
means it leads to a subsidiary menu, or @dfn{submenu}. A @samp{...}
at the end of a menu item means that the command will prompt you for
......@@ -300,12 +297,16 @@ itself. To view the full command name and documentation for a menu
item, type @kbd{C-h k}, and then select the menu bar with the mouse in
the usual way (@pxref{Key Help}).
@kindex F10
@findex menu-bar-open
@cindex menu bar access using keyboard
Instead of using the mouse, you can also invoke the first menu bar
item by pressing @key{F10} (to run the command @code{menu-bar-open}).
You can then navigate the menus with the arrow keys. To activate a
selected menu item, press @key{RET}; to cancel menu navigation, press
@kbd{C-g} or @kbd{@key{ESC} @key{ESC} @key{ESC}}.
@kindex M-`
@findex tmm-menubar
@vindex tty-menu-open-use-tmm
On a text terminal, you can optionally access the menu-bar menus in
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