Commit a2baab5c authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong
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(Picture Mode): Use picture-mode instead of edit-picture.

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@chapter Editing Pictures
@cindex pictures
@cindex making pictures out of text characters
@findex edit-picture
@findex picture-mode
To edit a picture made out of text characters (for example, a picture
of the division of a register into fields, as a comment in a program),
use the command @kbd{M-x edit-picture} to enter Picture mode.
use the command @kbd{M-x picture-mode} to enter Picture mode.
In Picture mode, editing is based on the @dfn{quarter-plane} model of
text, according to which the text characters lie studded on an area that
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Picture mode defines various keys starting with the @kbd{C-c} prefix to
run special picture editing commands.
One of these keys, @kbd{C-c C-c}, is particularly important. Often a
picture is part of a larger file that is usually edited in some other
major mode. @kbd{M-x edit-picture} records the name of the previous
major mode so you can use the @kbd{C-c C-c} command
(@code{picture-mode-exit}) later to go back to that mode. @kbd{C-c C-c}
also deletes spaces from the ends of lines, unless given a numeric
argument.
One of these keys, @kbd{C-c C-c}, is particularly important. Often
a picture is part of a larger file that is usually edited in some
other major mode. Picture mode records the name of the previous major
mode so you can use the @kbd{C-c C-c} command
(@code{picture-mode-exit}) later to go back to that mode. @kbd{C-c
C-c} also deletes spaces from the ends of lines, unless given a
numeric argument.
The special commands of Picture mode all work in other modes (provided
the @file{picture} library is loaded), but are not bound to keys except
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