Commit d48f09ee authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Minor cleanups.

parent 41f633c1
......@@ -477,7 +477,7 @@ This variable defaults to @file{~/.bash_history} if you use Bash, to
@file{~/.sh_history} if you use ksh, and to @file{~/.history}
otherwise.
@item HOME
The location of the user's files in the directory tree; used for
The location of your files in the directory tree; used for
expansion of file names starting with a tilde (@file{~}). On MS-DOS,
it defaults to the directory from which Emacs was started, with
@samp{/bin} removed from the end if it was present. On Windows, the
......@@ -525,11 +525,11 @@ environment and coding system. @xref{Language Environments}.
@item LOGNAME
The user's login name. See also @env{USER}.
@item MAIL
The name of the user's system mail inbox.
The name of your system mail inbox.
@item MH
Name of setup file for the mh system. (The default is @file{~/.mh_profile}.)
@item NAME
The real-world name of the user.
Your real-world name.
@item NNTPSERVER
The name of the news server. Used by the mh and Gnus packages.
@item ORGANIZATION
......@@ -987,7 +987,7 @@ emacs -ms coral -cr 'slate blue' &
@samp{-rv} option or with the X resource @samp{reverseVideo}.
The @samp{-fg}, @samp{-bg}, and @samp{-rv} options function on
text-only terminals as well as on window systems.
text-only terminals as well as on graphical displays.
@node Window Size X
@appendixsec Options for Window Size and Position
......@@ -1165,7 +1165,7 @@ for the initial Emacs frame.
@appendixsec Icons
@cindex icons (X Window System)
Most window managers allow the user to ``iconify'' a frame, removing
Most window managers allow you to ``iconify'' a frame, removing
it from sight, and leaving a small, distinctive ``icon'' window in its
place. Clicking on the icon window makes the frame itself appear again.
If you have many clients running at once, you can avoid cluttering up
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