Commit b5700de6 authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong
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* basic.texi (Moving Point): Fix tag.

* picture-xtra.texi (Insert in Picture): Use <next> and <prior>.

* mini.texi (Completion Commands): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>, and
use camel-case for PageUp and PageDown.

* display.texi (Scrolling): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>, and use
camel-case for PageUp and PageDown.

* calendar.texi (Scroll Calendar): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>.

* search.texi (Isearch Scroll): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>.
parent 40e67246
2009-06-10 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com> 2009-06-10 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* basic.texi (Moving Point): Fix tag.
* picture-xtra.texi (Insert in Picture): Use <next> and <prior>.
* mini.texi (Completion Commands): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>, and
use camel-case for PageUp and PageDown.
* display.texi (Scrolling): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>, and use
camel-case for PageUp and PageDown.
* calendar.texi (Scroll Calendar): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>.
* search.texi (Isearch Scroll): Add isearch-allow-scroll to index. * search.texi (Isearch Scroll): Add isearch-allow-scroll to index.
(Isearch Scroll): Decapitalize <next> and <prior>.
2009-06-09 Agustín Martín <agustin.martin@hispalinux.es> 2009-06-09 Agustín Martín <agustin.martin@hispalinux.es>
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...@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ thing as @key{C-v}. Scrolling commands are described further in ...@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ thing as @key{C-v}. Scrolling commands are described further in
Scroll one screen backward, and move point if necessary to put it on Scroll one screen backward, and move point if necessary to put it on
the screen (@code{scroll-down}). If your keyboard has a @key{PageUp} the screen (@code{scroll-down}). If your keyboard has a @key{PageUp}
key (sometimes labelled @key{prior}), it does the same thing as key (sometimes labelled @key{prior}), it does the same thing as
@key{M-v}. @kbd{M-v}.
@item M-x goto-char @item M-x goto-char
Read a number @var{n} and move point to buffer position @var{n}. Read a number @var{n} and move point to buffer position @var{n}.
Position 1 is the beginning of the buffer. Position 1 is the beginning of the buffer.
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...@@ -245,11 +245,11 @@ Scroll calendar one month forward (@code{calendar-scroll-left}). ...@@ -245,11 +245,11 @@ Scroll calendar one month forward (@code{calendar-scroll-left}).
@item < @item <
Scroll calendar one month backward (@code{calendar-scroll-right}). Scroll calendar one month backward (@code{calendar-scroll-right}).
@item C-v @item C-v
@itemx @key{NEXT} @itemx @key{next}
Scroll calendar three months forward Scroll calendar three months forward
(@code{calendar-scroll-left-three-months}). (@code{calendar-scroll-left-three-months}).
@item M-v @item M-v
@itemx @key{PRIOR} @itemx @key{prior}
Scroll calendar three months backward Scroll calendar three months backward
(@code{calendar-scroll-right-three-months}). (@code{calendar-scroll-right-three-months}).
@end table @end table
...@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ repeat count; in particular, since @kbd{C-u} multiplies the next command ...@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ repeat count; in particular, since @kbd{C-u} multiplies the next command
by four, typing @kbd{C-u C-v} scrolls the calendar forward by a year and by four, typing @kbd{C-u C-v} scrolls the calendar forward by a year and
typing @kbd{C-u M-v} scrolls the calendar backward by a year. typing @kbd{C-u M-v} scrolls the calendar backward by a year.
The function keys @key{NEXT} and @key{PRIOR} are equivalent to The function keys @key{next} and @key{prior} are equivalent to
@kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v}, just as they are in other modes. @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v}, just as they are in other modes.
@node Counting Days @node Counting Days
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...@@ -56,12 +56,12 @@ commands: ...@@ -56,12 +56,12 @@ commands:
Scroll the selected window to center point vertically within it and Scroll the selected window to center point vertically within it and
redisplay the screen (@code{recenter-top-bottom}). redisplay the screen (@code{recenter-top-bottom}).
@item C-v @item C-v
@itemx @key{NEXT} @itemx @key{next}
@itemx @key{PAGEDOWN} @itemx @key{PageDown}
Scroll forward by nearly a full window (@code{scroll-up}). Scroll forward by nearly a full window (@code{scroll-up}).
@item M-v @item M-v
@itemx @key{PRIOR} @itemx @key{prior}
@itemx @key{PAGEUP} @itemx @key{PageUp}
Scroll backward (@code{scroll-down}). Scroll backward (@code{scroll-down}).
@item C-M-l @item C-M-l
Scroll heuristically to bring useful information onto the screen Scroll heuristically to bring useful information onto the screen
...@@ -97,10 +97,10 @@ clear the screen or cycle through different screen positions. ...@@ -97,10 +97,10 @@ clear the screen or cycle through different screen positions.
@kindex C-v @kindex C-v
@kindex M-v @kindex M-v
@kindex NEXT @kindex next
@kindex PRIOR @kindex prior
@kindex PAGEDOWN @kindex PageDown
@kindex PAGEUP @kindex PageUp
@findex scroll-up @findex scroll-up
@findex scroll-down @findex scroll-down
To read the buffer a windowful at a time, use @kbd{C-v} To read the buffer a windowful at a time, use @kbd{C-v}
...@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ top, it ends up at the new top of the window. ...@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ top, it ends up at the new top of the window.
@vindex next-screen-context-lines @vindex next-screen-context-lines
The variable @code{next-screen-context-lines} controls the number of The variable @code{next-screen-context-lines} controls the number of
lines of overlap left by @kbd{C-v} or @kbd{M-v}; by default, it is 2. lines of overlap left by @kbd{C-v} or @kbd{M-v}; by default, it is 2.
The function keys @key{NEXT} and @key{PRIOR}, or @key{PageDown} and The function keys @key{next} and @key{prior}, or @key{PageDown} and
@key{PageUp}, are equivalent to @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v} respectively. @key{PageUp}, are equivalent to @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{M-v} respectively.
You can supply @kbd{C-v} or @kbd{M-v} with a numeric prefix argument You can supply @kbd{C-v} or @kbd{M-v} with a numeric prefix argument
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...@@ -182,10 +182,11 @@ maximum number of lines; @code{nil} means do not resize the minibuffer ...@@ -182,10 +182,11 @@ maximum number of lines; @code{nil} means do not resize the minibuffer
window automatically. The default value is 0.25. window automatically. The default value is 0.25.
The @kbd{C-M-v} command in the minibuffer scrolls the help text from The @kbd{C-M-v} command in the minibuffer scrolls the help text from
commands that display help text of any sort in another window. commands that display help text of any sort in another window. You
@kbd{M-@key{PAGEUP}} and @kbd{M-@key{PAGEDOWN}} also operate on that can also scroll the help text with @kbd{M-@key{prior}} and
help text. This is especially useful with long lists of possible @kbd{M-@key{next}} (or, equivalently, @kbd{M-@key{PageUp}} and
completions. @xref{Other Window}. @kbd{M-@key{PageDown}}). This is especially useful with long lists of
possible completions. @xref{Other Window}.
@vindex enable-recursive-minibuffers @vindex enable-recursive-minibuffers
Emacs normally disallows most commands that use the minibuffer while Emacs normally disallows most commands that use the minibuffer while
...@@ -343,11 +344,11 @@ completion (@code{mouse-choose-completion}). ...@@ -343,11 +344,11 @@ completion (@code{mouse-choose-completion}).
@findex switch-to-completions @findex switch-to-completions
@item M-v @item M-v
@itemx @key{PageUp} @itemx @key{PageUp}
@itemx @key{PRIOR} @itemx @key{prior}
Typing @kbd{M-v}, while in the minibuffer, selects the window showing Typing @kbd{M-v}, while in the minibuffer, selects the window showing
the completion list buffer (@code{switch-to-completions}). This paves the completion list buffer (@code{switch-to-completions}). This paves
the way for using the commands below. Typing @key{PageUp} or the way for using the commands below. Typing @key{PageUp} or
@key{PRIOR} does the same, as does selecting that window in other @key{prior} does the same, as does selecting that window in other
ways. ways.
@findex choose-completion @findex choose-completion
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...@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ Move down after insertion (@code{picture-movement-down}). ...@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ Move down after insertion (@code{picture-movement-down}).
@itemx C-c @key{HOME} @itemx C-c @key{HOME}
Move up and left (``northwest'') after insertion (@code{picture-movement-nw}). Move up and left (``northwest'') after insertion (@code{picture-movement-nw}).
@item C-c ' @item C-c '
@itemx C-c @key{PAGEUP} @itemx C-c @key{prior}
Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion
(@code{picture-movement-ne}). (@code{picture-movement-ne}).
@item C-c / @item C-c /
...@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion ...@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ Move up and right (``northeast'') after insertion
Move down and left (``southwest'') after insertion Move down and left (``southwest'') after insertion
@*(@code{picture-movement-sw}). @*(@code{picture-movement-sw}).
@item C-c \ @item C-c \
@itemx C-c @key{PAGEDOWN} @itemx C-c @key{next}
Move down and right (``southeast'') after insertion Move down and right (``southeast'') after insertion
@*(@code{picture-movement-se}). @*(@code{picture-movement-se}).
@end table @end table
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...@@ -305,11 +305,11 @@ search string. It uses the same text that @kbd{C-y} would yank. ...@@ -305,11 +305,11 @@ search string. It uses the same text that @kbd{C-y} would yank.
search (without exiting the search) by setting the customizable search (without exiting the search) by setting the customizable
variable @code{isearch-allow-scroll} to a non-@code{nil} value. This variable @code{isearch-allow-scroll} to a non-@code{nil} value. This
applies to using the vertical scroll-bar and to certain keyboard applies to using the vertical scroll-bar and to certain keyboard
commands such as @kbd{@key{PRIOR}} (@code{scroll-down}), commands such as @key{prior} (@code{scroll-down}), @key{next}
@kbd{@key{NEXT}} (@code{scroll-up}) and @kbd{C-l} (@code{recenter}). (@code{scroll-up}) and @kbd{C-l} (@code{recenter}). You must run
You must run these commands via their key sequences to stay in the these commands via their key sequences to stay in the search---typing
search---typing @kbd{M-x} will terminate the search. You can give @kbd{M-x} will terminate the search. You can give prefix arguments to
prefix arguments to these commands in the usual way. these commands in the usual way.
This feature won't let you scroll the current match out of visibility, This feature won't let you scroll the current match out of visibility,
however. however.
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