Commit b6542afe authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

info.texi tweaks re S-SPC

* doc/misc/info.texi (Help-Small-Screen): Clarify details of S-SPC.
(Help-Small-Screen, Help-]): Do not mention S-SPC.
(Emacs Info Variables): Markup fix.
parent 52e9721b
2014-06-08 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* info.texi (Help-Small-Screen): Clarify details of S-SPC.
(Help-Small-Screen, Help-]): Do not mention S-SPC.
(Emacs Info Variables): Markup fix.
* ebrowse.texi (Source Display, Finding/Viewing):
* erc.texi (Sample Session):
* ses.texi (The Basics):
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......@@ -158,12 +158,16 @@ text @samp{Top} instead, it means that there is more text below that
does not fit. To move forward through the text and see another screen
full, press @key{SPC}, the Space bar. To move back up, press the key
labeled @samp{Backspace} or @samp{DEL} (on some keyboards, this key
might be labeled @samp{Delete}), or @key{S-SPC}.
might be labeled @samp{Delete}). In a graphical Emacs, you can also use
@kbd{S-@key{SPC}} (press and hold the @key{Shift} key and then press
@key{SPC}) to move backwards, but this does not work in the
stand-alone Info reader (nor in Emacs, if you are using it in a
text-mode terminal).
@ifinfo
Here are 40 lines of junk, so you can try @key{SPC} and @key{DEL} (or
@key{S-SPC}) and see what they do. At the end are instructions of
what you should do next.
Here are 40 lines of junk, so you can try @key{SPC} and @key{DEL} and
see what they do. At the end are instructions of what you should do
next.
@format
This is line 20
......@@ -209,11 +213,11 @@ This is line 59
@end format
If you have managed to get here, go back to the beginning with
@kbd{DEL} (or @key{S-SPC}), and come back here again, then you
understand the about the @samp{Space} and @samp{Backspace} keys. So
now type an @kbd{n}---just one character; don't type the quotes and
don't type the Return key afterward---to get to the normal start of
the course.
@key{DEL} (or @key{BACKSPACE}), and come back here again, then you
understand about the @samp{Space} and @samp{Backspace} keys. So now
type an @kbd{n}---just one character; don't type the quotes and don't
type the Return key afterward---to get to the normal start of the
course.
@end ifinfo
@node Help
......@@ -478,10 +482,10 @@ you to the following node in the manual @emph{regardless of level}.
If you immediately want to go to that node, without having to scroll
to the bottom of the screen first, you can type @kbd{]}.
Similarly, @kbd{@key{BACKSPACE}} (or @kbd{@key{S-SPC}}) carries you to
the preceding node regardless of level, after you scrolled to the
beginning of the present node. If you want to go to the preceding
node immediately, you can type @kbd{[}.
Similarly, @kbd{@key{BACKSPACE}} carries you to the preceding node
regardless of level, after you scrolled to the beginning of the
present node. If you want to go to the preceding node immediately,
you can type @kbd{[}.
For instance, typing this sequence will come back here in three steps:
@kbd{[ n [}. To do the same backward, type @kbd{] p ]}.
......@@ -1214,7 +1218,7 @@ all text that could potentially be useful.
@item Info-scroll-prefer-subnodes
If set to a non-@code{nil} value, @key{SPC} and @key{BACKSPACE} (or
@key{DEL}, or @key{S-SPC}) keys in a menu visit subnodes of the
@key{DEL}, or @kbd{S-@key{SPC}}) keys in a menu visit subnodes of the
current node before scrolling to its end or beginning, respectively.
For example, if the node's menu appears on the screen, the next
@key{SPC} moves to a subnode indicated by the following menu item.
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