Commit 9705fb37 authored by Karl Berry's avatar Karl Berry
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improve page/line breaks

parent 3abebd3b
2006-09-29 Karl Berry <karl@gnu.org>
* windows.texi (Basic Window): remove forced @break, no longer
desirable.
* frames.texi (Frame Commands),
* mark.texi (Marking Objects): reword to avoid bad page break.
* display.texi (Auto Scrolling): use @tie{} to avoid bad line break.
2006-09-19 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* frames.texi (Dialog Boxes): Clean up wording: avoid passive,
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......@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ window. However, if you set @code{scroll-conservatively} to a small
number @var{n}, then if you move point just a little off the
screen---less than @var{n} lines---then Emacs scrolls the text just
far enough to bring point back on screen. By default,
@code{scroll-conservatively} is 0.
@code{scroll-conservatively} is@tie{}0.
@cindex aggressive scrolling
@vindex scroll-up-aggressively
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......@@ -516,13 +516,13 @@ Here's a similar example for specifying a foreground color:
@kindex C-z @r{(X windows)}
@findex iconify-or-deiconify-frame
Iconify the selected Emacs frame (@code{iconify-or-deiconify-frame}).
When typed on an Emacs frame's icon, deiconify instead.
The normal meaning of @kbd{C-z}, to suspend Emacs, is not useful under
a graphical display that allows multiple applications to operate
simultaneously in their own windows, so Emacs gives @kbd{C-z} a
different binding in that case.
If you type this command on an Emacs frame's icon, it deiconifies the frame.
@item C-x 5 0
@kindex C-x 5 0
@findex delete-frame
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......@@ -334,11 +334,11 @@ Put region around current page (@code{mark-page}).
@kbd{M-@@} (@code{mark-word}) puts the mark at the end of the next
word, while @kbd{C-M-@@} (@code{mark-sexp}) puts it at the end of the
next balanced expression (@pxref{Expressions}). These commands handle
arguments just like @kbd{M-f} and @kbd{C-M-f}. If you repeat these
commands, that extends the region. For example, you can type either
@kbd{C-u 2 M-@@} or @kbd{M-@@ M-@@} to mark the next two words. This
command also extends the region when the mark is active in Transient
Mark mode, regardless of the last command.
arguments just like @kbd{M-f} and @kbd{C-M-f}. Repeating these
commands extends the region. For example, you can type either
@kbd{C-u 2 M-@@} or @kbd{M-@@ M-@@} to mark the next two words. These
commands also extend the region in Transient Mark mode, regardless of
the last command.
@kindex C-x h
@findex mark-whole-buffer
......@@ -347,7 +347,7 @@ buffer. For example, @kbd{M-h} (@code{mark-paragraph}) moves point to
the beginning of the paragraph that surrounds or follows point, and
puts the mark at the end of that paragraph (@pxref{Paragraphs}). It
prepares the region so you can indent, case-convert, or kill a whole
paragraph. With prefix argument, if the argument's value is positive,
paragraph. With a prefix argument, if the argument's value is positive,
@kbd{M-h} marks that many paragraphs starting with the one surrounding
point. If the prefix argument is @minus{}@var{n}, @kbd{M-h} also
marks @var{n} paragraphs, running back form the one surrounding point.
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......@@ -64,10 +64,6 @@ modification status and major and minor modes of the buffer that is
displayed in the window. The selected window's mode line appears in a
different color. @xref{Mode Line}, for full details on the mode line.
@iftex
@break
@end iftex
@node Split Window
@section Splitting Windows
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