Commit d1931152 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Say "you", not "the user". Say "graphical display".

parent f97b3732
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@item Dribble File
A dribble file is a file into which Emacs writes all the characters that
the user types on the keyboard. Dribble files are used to make a record
you type on the keyboard. Dribble files are used to make a record
for debugging Emacs bugs. Emacs does not make a dribble file unless you
tell it to. @xref{Bugs}.
......@@ -506,7 +506,7 @@ into Emacs windows (q.v.@:). When you are using a window system
but in Emacs a window means something else.
@item Fringe
On a graphical terminal (q.v.@:), there's a narrow portion of the
On a graphical display (q.v.@:), there's a narrow portion of the
frame (q.v.@:) between the text area and the window's border. Emacs
displays the fringe using a special face (q.v.@:) called
@code{fringe}. @xref{Faces,fringe}.
......@@ -557,8 +557,8 @@ letters, digits, punctuation, and spaces; they do not include
@key{RET} or @key{ESC}. In Emacs, typing a graphic character inserts
that character (in ordinary editing modes). @xref{Inserting Text}.
@item Graphical Terminal
A graphical terminal is one that can display images and multiple fonts.
@item Graphical Display
A graphical display is one that can display images and multiple fonts.
Usually it also has a window system (q.v.@:).
@item Highlighting
......@@ -869,7 +869,7 @@ location in text so that you can move point to that location.
@item Narrowing
Narrowing means creating a restriction (q.v.@:) that limits editing in
the current buffer to only a part of the text in the buffer. Text
outside that part is inaccessible to the user until the boundaries are
outside that part is inaccessible for editing until the boundaries are
widened again, but it is still there, and saving the file saves it
all. @xref{Narrowing}.
......@@ -982,7 +982,7 @@ one corner and putting the mark at the diagonally opposite corner.
@item Recursive Editing Level
A recursive editing level is a state in which part of the execution of
a command involves asking the user to edit some text. This text may
a command involves asking you to edit some text. This text may
or may not be the same as the text to which the command was applied.
The mode line indicates recursive editing levels with square brackets
(@samp{[} and @samp{]}). @xref{Recursive Edit}.
......@@ -1289,8 +1289,10 @@ other editors use the term ``window'' for what we call a `frame'
(q.v.@:) in Emacs.
@item Window System
A window system is a graphical terminal (q.v.@:) that can display multiple
windows for different programs at the same time.
A window system is software that operates on a graphical display
(q.v.@:), to subdivide the screen so that multiple applications can
have their] own windows at the same time. All modern operating systems
include a window system.
@item Word Abbrev
See `abbrev.'
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