Commit b2683503 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Get rid of inexplicable @t's in values of paragraph-start and

paragraph-separate and page-delimiter.

Say C-x C-p activates the mark.

Prevent break inside `level-1'.

Clean up presentation of items within M-C-Mouse-1.

Minor changes.
parent ed104a87
......@@ -75,7 +75,6 @@ Then the formatting appears on the screen in Emacs while you edit.
Emacs has commands for moving over or operating on words. By convention,
the keys for them are all Meta characters.
@c widecommands
@table @kbd
@item M-f
Move forward over a word (@code{forward-word}).
......@@ -295,8 +294,8 @@ that separate paragraphs without being part of any paragraph (for
example, blank lines). Lines that start a new paragraph and are
contained in it must match only @code{paragraph-start}, not
@code{paragraph-separate}. For example, in Fundamental mode,
@code{paragraph-start} is @code{"[ @t{\}t@t{\}n@t{\}f]"} and
@code{paragraph-separate} is @code{"[ @t{\}t@t{\}f]*$"}.@refill
@code{paragraph-start} is @w{@code{"[ \t\n\f]"}}, and
@code{paragraph-separate} is @w{@code{"[ \t\f]*$"}}.
Normally it is desirable for page boundaries to separate paragraphs.
The default values of these variables recognize the usual separator for
......@@ -317,7 +316,6 @@ character: you can insert it with @kbd{C-q C-l}, and delete it with
since pages are often meaningful divisions of the file, Emacs provides
commands to move over them and operate on them.
@c WideCommands
@table @kbd
@item C-x [
Move point to previous page boundary (@code{backward-page}).
......@@ -344,12 +342,14 @@ command moves forward past the next page delimiter.
The @kbd{C-x C-p} command (@code{mark-page}) puts point at the
beginning of the current page and the mark at the end. The page
delimiter at the end is included (the mark follows it). The page
delimiter at the front is excluded (point follows it). @kbd{C-x C-p
C-w} is a handy way to kill a page to move it elsewhere. If you move to
another page delimiter with @kbd{C-x [} and @kbd{C-x ]}, then yank the
killed page, all the pages will be properly delimited once again. The
reason @kbd{C-x C-p} includes only the following page delimiter in the
region is to ensure that.
delimiter at the front is excluded (point follows it). In Transient
Mark mode, this command activates the mark.
@kbd{C-x C-p C-w} is a handy way to kill a page to move it
elsewhere. If you move to another page delimiter with @kbd{C-x [} and
@kbd{C-x ]}, then yank the killed page, all the pages will be properly
delimited once again. The reason @kbd{C-x C-p} includes only the
following page delimiter in the region is to ensure that.
A numeric argument to @kbd{C-x C-p} is used to specify which page to go
to, relative to the current one. Zero means the current page. One means
......@@ -373,7 +373,7 @@ beginning of a line.
@vindex page-delimiter
The variable @code{page-delimiter} controls where pages begin. Its
value is a regexp that matches the beginning of a line that separates
pages. The normal value of this variable is @code{"^@t{\}f"}, which
pages. The normal value of this variable is @code{"^\f"}, which
matches a formfeed character at the beginning of a line.
@node Filling
......@@ -730,7 +730,6 @@ that line.
Emacs has commands for converting either a single word or any arbitrary
range of text to upper case or to lower case.
@c WideCommands
@table @kbd
@item M-l
Convert following word to lower case (@code{downcase-word}).
......@@ -1170,7 +1169,7 @@ the body, or @kbd{C-c C-i} to expose the child (level-2) headings.
@findex foldout-zoom-subtree
With Foldout, you use @kbd{C-c C-z} (@kbd{M-x foldout-zoom-subtree}).
This exposes the body and child subheadings, and narrows the buffer so
that only the level-1 heading, the body and the level-2 headings are
that only the @w{level-1} heading, the body and the level-2 headings are
visible. Now to look under one of the level-2 headings, position the
cursor on it and use @kbd{C-c C-z} again. This exposes the level-2 body
and its level-3 child subheadings and narrows the buffer again. Zooming
......@@ -1208,16 +1207,16 @@ folds, and for showing and hiding text:
@table @asis
@item @kbd{M-C-Mouse-1} zooms in on the heading clicked on
@table @asis
@item single click
expose body.
@item double click
expose subheadings.
@item triple click
expose body and subheadings.
@item quad click
expose entire subtree.
@end table
@itemize @asis
@item
single click: expose body.
@item
double click: expose subheadings.
@item
triple click: expose body and subheadings.
@item
quad click: expose entire subtree.
@end itemize
@item @kbd{M-C-Mouse-2} exposes text under the heading clicked on
@table @r
@item single click
......@@ -1702,9 +1701,9 @@ formatted text in Enriched mode can specify fonts, colors, underlining,
margins, and types of filling and justification. In the future, we plan
to implement other formatting features as well.
Enriched mode is a minor mode (@pxref{Minor Modes}). Typically it is
used in conjunction with Text mode (@pxref{Text Mode}). However, you
can also use it with other major modes such as Outline mode and
Enriched mode is a minor mode (@pxref{Minor Modes}). It is
typically used in conjunction with Text mode (@pxref{Text Mode}), but
you can also use it with other major modes such as Outline mode and
Paragraph-Indent Text mode.
@cindex text/enriched MIME format
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