Commit c8d646ca authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Fix typos.

parent 6c65d6b3
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ any older versions of these packages to ensure that the Emacs 22
version is used. You can use M-x list-load-path-shadows to find such
older packages.
Some specific packages which are known to cause problems are:
Some specific packages that are known to cause problems are:
** Semantic (used by CEDET, ECB, JDEE): upgrade to latest version.
** cua.el, cua-mode.el: remove old versions.
......@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ See the files mac/README and mac/INSTALL for build instructions.
---
** Mac OS 9 port now uses the Carbon API by default. You can also
create non-Carbon build by specifying `NonCarbon' as a target. See
create a non-Carbon build by specifying `NonCarbon' as a target. See
the files mac/README and mac/INSTALL for build instructions.
---
......@@ -227,10 +227,10 @@ affects the initial frame.
---
** Emacs built for MS-Windows now behaves like Emacs on X does,
wrt its frame position: if you don't specify a position (in your
.emacs init file, in the Registry, or with the --geometry command-line
option), Emacs leaves the frame position to the Windows' window
manager.
with respect to its frame position: if you don't specify a position
(in your .emacs init file, in the Registry, or with the --geometry
command-line option), Emacs leaves the frame position to the Windows'
window manager.
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** Emacs can now be invoked in full-screen mode on a windowed display.
......@@ -243,12 +243,12 @@ screen size. (For now, this does not work with some window managers.)
** Emacs now displays a splash screen by default even if command-line
arguments were given. The new command-line option --no-splash
disables the splash screen; see also the variable
`inhibit-startup-message' (which is also aliased as
`inhibit-splash-screen').
`inhibit-splash-screen' (which is also aliased as
`inhibit-startup-message').
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** The default is now to use a bitmap as the icon, so the command-line options
--icon-type, -i has been replaced with options --no-bitmap-icon, -nbi to turn
--icon-type, -i have been replaced with options --no-bitmap-icon, -nbi to turn
the bitmap icon off.
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......@@ -1012,7 +1012,7 @@ so package-specific faces can inherit from it.
*** New option `ebnf-arrow-extra-width' which specify extra width for arrow
shape drawing.
The extra width is used to avoid that the arrowhead and the terminal border
overlap. It depens on `ebnf-arrow-shape' and `ebnf-line-width'.
overlap. It depends on `ebnf-arrow-shape' and `ebnf-line-width'.
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*** New option `ebnf-arrow-scale' which specify the arrow scale.
......@@ -1119,7 +1119,7 @@ and "Open File...". "Open File..." now opens only existing files. This is
to support existing GUI file selection dialogs better.
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*** The file selection dialog for Gtk+, Mac, W32 and Motif/Lesstif can be
*** The file selection dialog for Gtk+, Mac, W32 and Motif/LessTif can be
disabled by customizing the variable `use-file-dialog'.
---
......@@ -1127,7 +1127,7 @@ disabled by customizing the variable `use-file-dialog'.
be navigated with the arrow keys (like Gtk+, Mac and W32).
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*** The menu bar for Motif/Lesstif/Lucid/Gtk+ can be navigated with keys.
*** The menu bar for Motif/LessTif/Lucid/Gtk+ can be navigated with keys.
Pressing F10 shows the first menu in the menu bar. Navigation is done with
the arrow keys, select with the return key and cancel with the escape keys.
......@@ -1137,7 +1137,7 @@ to explicitly specify a fontSet resource for this to work, for example
`-xrm "Emacs*fontSet: -*-helvetica-medium-r-*--*-120-*-*-*-*-*-*,*"'.
---
*** Dialogs for Lucid/Athena and Lesstif/Motif now pops down when pressing
*** Dialogs for Lucid/Athena and LessTif/Motif now pop down on pressing
ESC, like they do for Gtk+, Mac and W32.
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......@@ -1168,7 +1168,7 @@ Traditionally, Emacs uses a Mouse-1 click to set point and a Mouse-2
click to follow a link, whereas most other applications use a Mouse-1
click for both purposes, depending on whether you click outside or
inside a link. Now the behavior of a Mouse-1 click has been changed
to match this context-sentitive dual behavior. (If you prefer the old
to match this context-sensitive dual behavior. (If you prefer the old
behavior, set the user option `mouse-1-click-follows-link' to nil.)
Depending on the current mode, a Mouse-2 click in Emacs can do much
......@@ -1620,7 +1620,7 @@ people knowing `find-grep-dired' would probably expect it.
*** New commands `lgrep' (local grep) and `rgrep' (recursive grep) are
more user-friendly versions of `grep' and `grep-find', which prompt
separately for the regular expression to match, the files to search,
and the base directory for the search. Case sensitivitivy of the
and the base directory for the search. Case sensitivity of the
search is controlled by the current value of `case-fold-search'.
These commands build the shell commands based on the new variables
......@@ -2127,7 +2127,7 @@ asterisk - for instance, the comment close of some languages (eg, c's "*/"
or mathematica's "*)") - at the beginning of line are no longer are
interpreted as level 1 topics in those modes.
*** Many or most commonly occuring "accidental" topics are disqualified.
*** Many or most commonly occurring "accidental" topics are disqualified.
Text in item bodies that looks like a low-depth topic is no longer mistaken
for one unless its first offspring (or that of its next sibling with
offspring) is only one level deeper.
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