Commit a210f8e6 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

(Windows Keyboard) [@iftex]: Add an @inforef to the on-line manual for the rest

of this node.
(Windows Mouse) <w32-pass-extra-mouse-buttons-to-system>: Include
unconditionally.
(Windows Processes) <w32-quote-process-args>: Include unconditionally. Improve
wording.
(Windows Printing): Improve wording.
(Windows Misc) [@iftex]: Add an @inforef to the on-line manual for the rest of
this node.
parent e7176868
......@@ -339,6 +339,10 @@ 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.
@end iftex
@ifnottex
@vindex w32-alt-is-meta
@cindex @code{Alt} key (MS-Windows)
......@@ -443,12 +447,10 @@ on 2-button mice. If both mouse buttons are depressed within this
time interval, Emacs generates a middle mouse button click event
instead of a double click on one of the buttons.
@ifnottex
@vindex w32-pass-extra-mouse-buttons-to-system
If the variable @code{w32-pass-extra-mouse-buttons-to-system} is
non-@code{nil}, Emacs passes the fourth and fifth mouse buttons to
Windows.
@end ifnottex
@vindex w32-swap-mouse-buttons
The variable @code{w32-swap-mouse-buttons} controls which of the 3
......@@ -509,15 +511,12 @@ system. Instead, type @kbd{CTL-ALT-@key{DEL}} and then choose
@code{Shutdown}. That usually works, although it may take a few minutes
to do its job.
@ifnottex
@vindex w32-quote-process-args
The variable @code{w32-quote-process-args} controls how the process
arguments are quoted. If it is non-@code{nil} means they are quoted
with the @code{"} character. If the value is a character, that
character will be used to escape any quote characters that appear;
otherwise a suitable escape character will be chosen based on the type
of the program.
@end ifnottex
The variable @code{w32-quote-process-args} controls how Emacs quotes
the process arguments. Non-@code{nil} means quote with the @code{"}
character. If the value is a character, use that character to escape
any quote characters that appear; otherwise chose a suitable escape
character based on the type of the program.
@node Windows Printing
@section Printing and MS-Windows
......@@ -587,8 +586,8 @@ was done.
If the value of @code{printer-name} is correct, but printing does
not produce the hardcopy on your printer, it is possible that your
printer does not support printing plain text (some cheap printers omit
this functionality). In that case, as a workaround, try the
PostScript print commands, described below, to the same printer
this functionality). In that case, try the PostScript print commands,
described below.
@findex print-buffer @r{(MS-DOS)}
@findex print-region @r{(MS-DOS)}
......@@ -669,6 +668,21 @@ printer, put this in your @file{.emacs} file:
This section describes miscellaneous Windows-specific features.
@vindex w32-use-visible-system-caret
@cindex screen reader software, MS-Windows
The variable @code{w32-use-visible-system-caret} is a flag that
determines whether to make the system caret visible. The default is
@code{nil}, which means Emacs draws its own cursor to indicate the
position of point. A non-@code{nil} value means Emacs will indicate
point location by the system caret; this facilitates use of screen
reader software. When this variable is non-@code{nil}, other
variables affecting the cursor display have no effect.
@iftex
@inforef{Windows Misc, , emacs}, for information about additional
Windows-specific variables in this category.
@end iftex
@ifnottex
@vindex w32-grab-focus-on-raise
@cindex frame focus policy, MS-Windows
......@@ -684,16 +698,6 @@ value is non-@code{nil}, these fonts will be included. The default is
@code{nil}.
@end ifnottex
@vindex w32-use-visible-system-caret
@cindex screen reader software, MS-Windows
The variable @code{w32-use-visible-system-caret} is a flag that
determines whether to make the system caret visible. The default is
@code{nil}, which means Emacs draws its own cursor to indicate the
position of point. A non-@code{nil} value means Emacs will indicate
point location by the system caret; this facilitates use of screen
reader software. When this variable is non-@code{nil}, other
variables affecting the cursor display have no effect.
@ifnottex
@include msdog-xtra.texi
@end ifnottex
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