Commit b4b5cbd3 authored by Juri Linkov's avatar Juri Linkov
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(Easy Customization, Customization Groups)

(Browsing Custom): Mention links along with buttons.
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The appearance of the example buffers in this section is typically
different under a window system, since faces are then used to indicate
buttons and editable fields.
buttons, links and editable fields.
@menu
* Groups: Customization Groups. How settings are classified in a structure.
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@cindex editable fields (customization buffer)
@cindex buttons (customization buffer)
@cindex links (customization buffer)
Most of the text in the customization buffer is read-only, but it
typically includes some @dfn{editable fields} that you can edit.
There are also @dfn{buttons}, which do something when you @dfn{invoke}
them. To invoke a button, either click on it with @kbd{Mouse-1}, or
move point to it and type @key{RET}.
There are also @dfn{buttons} and @dfn{links}, which do something when
you @dfn{invoke} them. To invoke a button or a link, either click on
it with @kbd{Mouse-1}, or move point to it and type @key{RET}.
For example, the phrase @samp{[Go to Group]} that appears in a
second-level group is a button. Invoking it creates a new
customization buffer, which shows that group and its contents. This
is a kind of hypertext link to another group.
For example, the phrase @samp{[State]} that appears in
a second-level group is a button. It operates on the same
customization buffer. The phrase @samp{[Go to Group]} is a kind
of hypertext link to another group. Invoking it creates a new
customization buffer, which shows that group and its contents.
The @code{Emacs} group includes a few settings, but mainly it
contains other groups, which contain more groups, which contain the
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@samp{[+]}. When the group contents are visible, this button changes to
@samp{[-]}; invoking that hides the group contents.
Each setting in this buffer has a button which says @samp{[Group]},
@samp{[Option]} or @samp{[Face]}. Invoking this button creates an
Each setting in this buffer has a link which says @samp{[Group]},
@samp{[Option]} or @samp{[Face]}. Invoking this link creates an
ordinary customization buffer showing just that group and its
contents, just that user option, or just that face. This is the way
to change settings that you find with @kbd{M-x customize-browse}.
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