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