Commit 8f356841 authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry Committed by Eli Zaretskii
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Simplify info.info for the stand-alone reader

 doc/misc/info.texi (Help-^L): "mode line", "screenful",
 stand-alone and Emacs Info both use the mode line.
 Use x instead of weird C-x 0 to get rid of help msg
 in standalone Info.
parent 6d069b1b
2014-06-08 Karl Berry <karl@gnu.org>
* doc/info.texi (Help-^L): "mode line", "screenful",
stand-alone and Emacs Info both use the mode line.
Use x instead of weird C-x 0 to get rid of help msg
in standalone Info.
2014-06-08 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org> 2014-06-08 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* vip.texi (Files): Defer to Emacs manual for uniquify details. * vip.texi (Files): Defer to Emacs manual for uniquify details.
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...@@ -151,12 +151,11 @@ Since your terminal has a relatively small number of lines on its ...@@ -151,12 +151,11 @@ Since your terminal has a relatively small number of lines on its
screen, it is necessary to give you special advice at the beginning. screen, it is necessary to give you special advice at the beginning.
If the entire text you are looking at fits on the screen, the text If the entire text you are looking at fits on the screen, the text
@samp{All} will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. In the @samp{All} will be displayed near the bottom of the screen, on the
stand-alone Info reader, it is displayed at the bottom right corner of mode line (usually, the line in inverse video). If you see the text
the screen; in Emacs, it is displayed on the modeline. If you see the @samp{Top} instead, it means that there is more text below that does
text @samp{Top} instead, it means that there is more text below that not fit. To move forward through the text and see another screenful,
does not fit. To move forward through the text and see another screen press @key{SPC}, the Space bar. To move back up, press the key
full, press @key{SPC}, the Space bar. To move back up, press the key
labeled @samp{Backspace} or @samp{DEL} (on some keyboards, this key labeled @samp{Backspace} or @samp{DEL} (on some keyboards, this key
might be labeled @samp{Delete}). In a graphical Emacs, you can also use might be labeled @samp{Delete}). In a graphical Emacs, you can also use
@kbd{S-@key{SPC}} (press and hold the @key{Shift} key and then press @kbd{S-@key{SPC}} (press and hold the @key{Shift} key and then press
...@@ -405,13 +404,10 @@ repeatedly. ...@@ -405,13 +404,10 @@ repeatedly.
>> Type a @key{?} now. Press @key{SPC} to see consecutive screenfuls of >> Type a @key{?} now. Press @key{SPC} to see consecutive screenfuls of
the list until finished. Then type @key{SPC} several times. If the list until finished. Then type @key{SPC} several times. If
you are using Emacs, the help will then go away automatically. you are using Emacs, the help will then go away automatically.
If you are using the stand-alone Info reader, type @kbd{x} to
return here.
@end format @end format
(If you are using the stand-alone Info reader, type @kbd{C-x 0} to
return here, that is---press and hold @key{CTRL}, type an @kbd{x},
then release @key{CTRL} and @kbd{x}, and press @kbd{0}; that's a zero,
not the letter ``o''.)
From now on, you will encounter large nodes without warning, and From now on, you will encounter large nodes without warning, and
will be expected to know how to use @key{SPC} and @key{BACKSPACE} to will be expected to know how to use @key{SPC} and @key{BACKSPACE} to
move around in them without being told. Since not all terminals have move around in them without being told. Since not all terminals have
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