Commit c4c30a4e authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/emacs/mule.texi (Output Coding): Reword to improve page-breaks.

parent 430e2ae6
2012-05-03 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* mule.texi (Output Coding): Reword to improve page-breaks.
* frames.texi (Fonts): Tweak line and page breaks.
Use example rather than smallexample. Change cross-reference.
(Text-Only Mouse): Fix xref.
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......@@ -991,12 +991,11 @@ and asks you to choose one of those coding systems.
behaves a bit differently. It additionally checks whether the
@c What determines this?
most-preferred coding system is recommended for use in MIME messages;
if not, Emacs tells you that the most-preferred coding system is not
recommended and prompts you for another coding system. This is so you
won't inadvertently send a message encoded in a way that your
recipient's mail software will have difficulty decoding. (You can
still use an unsuitable coding system if you type its name in response
to the question.)
if not, it informs you of this fact and prompts you for another coding
system. This is so you won't inadvertently send a message encoded in
a way that your recipient's mail software will have difficulty
decoding. (You can still use an unsuitable coding system if you enter
its name at the prompt.)
@c It seems that select-message-coding-system does this.
@c Both sendmail.el and smptmail.el call it; i.e. smtpmail.el still
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