Commit a3885f56 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Minor fixes in the Emacs manual

* doc/emacs/misc.texi (Gnus Group Buffer): Fix a typo.  (Bug#31534)
(Single Shell): Rephrase an unclear sentence.  (Bug#31535)
(Remote Host): Use @command where appropriate.  (Bug#31536)
parent 542f8302
......@@ -183,7 +183,7 @@ are not shown in the @kbd{l} or @kbd{L} listings.
@kindex DEL @r{(Gnus Group mode)}
@item @key{DEL}
Move point to the previous group containing unread articles
(@code{gnus-group-prev-unread-group}.)
(@code{gnus-group-prev-unread-group}).
@kindex n @r{(Gnus Group mode)}
@findex gnus-group-next-unread-group
......@@ -686,7 +686,7 @@ either in the echo area (if it is short), or in an Emacs buffer named
@file{*Shell Command Output*}, displayed in another window (if the
output is long). The variables @code{resize-mini-windows} and
@code{max-mini-window-height} (@pxref{Minibuffer Edit}) control when
the output is considered too long for the echo area.
Emacs should consider the output to be too long for the echo area.
For instance, one way to decompress a file named @file{foo.gz} is to
type @kbd{M-! gunzip foo.gz @key{RET}}. That shell command normally
......@@ -1512,8 +1512,8 @@ interface is similar to the @code{more} program.
@cindex Rlogin
You can login to a remote computer, using whatever commands you
would from a regular terminal (e.g., using the @code{ssh} or
@code{telnet} or @code{rlogin} commands), from a Term window.
would from a regular terminal (e.g., using the @command{ssh} or
@command{telnet} or @code{rlogin} commands), from a Term window.
A program that asks you for a password will normally suppress
echoing of the password, so the password will not show up in the
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