Commit db71197e authored by Jan Djärv's avatar Jan Djärv
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2006-10-12 Roberto Rodr�ez <lanubeblanca@googlemail.com>

	* widget.texi: Fix typos (tiny change)
parent 94461c21
2006-10-12 Roberto Rodr,Am(Bguez <lanubeblanca@googlemail.com>
* widget.texi: Fix typos (tiny change)
2006-10-11 Kim F. Storm <storm@cua.dk>
* emacs.texi (Acknowledgments): Use @dotless{i}.
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......@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ it will be autoloaded when needed.
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section User Interface
A form consist of read only text for documentation and some fields,
A form consists of read only text for documentation and some fields,
where each field contains two parts, a tag and a value. The tags are
used to identify the fields, so the documentation can refer to the
@samp{foo field}, meaning the field tagged with @samp{Foo}. Here is an
......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ Select one:
@b{[Apply Form]} @b{[Reset Form]}
@end example
The top level widgets in is example are tagged @samp{Name},
The top level widgets in this example are tagged @samp{Name},
@samp{Choose}, @samp{Address}, @samp{_other work_}, @samp{Numbers},
@samp{Select multiple}, @samp{Select one}, @samp{[Apply Form]}, and
@samp{[Reset Form]}. There are basically two things the user can do
......@@ -277,19 +277,19 @@ The list is created by the @code{editable-list} widget.
@cindex embedded buttons
@item Embedded Buttons
The @samp{@b{_other work_}} is an example of an embedded
button. Embedded buttons are not associated with a fields, but can serve
button. Embedded buttons are not associated with any fields, but can serve
any purpose, such as implementing hypertext references. They are
usually created by the @code{link} widget.
@item The @samp{@b{[ ]}} and @samp{@b{[X]}} buttons
Activating one of these will convert it to the other. This is useful
for implementing multiple-choice fields. You can create it with the
for implementing multiple-choice fields. You can create them with the
@code{checkbox} widget.
@item The @samp{@b{( )}} and @samp{@b{(*)}} buttons
Only one radio button in a @code{radio-button-choice} widget can be
selected at any time. When you invoke one of the unselected radio
buttons, it will be selected and the previous selected radio button will
become unselected.
@item The @samp{@b{[Apply Form]}} @samp{@b{[Reset Form]}} buttons
@item The @samp{@b{[Apply Form]}} and @samp{@b{[Reset Form]}} buttons
These are explicit buttons made with the @code{push-button} widget. The
main difference from the @code{link} widget is that the buttons will be
displayed as GUI buttons when possible.
......@@ -492,7 +492,7 @@ property, @var{argument} is the value of the property, and @var{args}
are interpreted in a widget specific way.
@cindex keyword arguments
The following keyword arguments that apply to all widgets:
The following keyword arguments apply to all widgets:
@table @code
@vindex value@r{ keyword}
......@@ -807,7 +807,7 @@ TYPE ::= (editable-field [KEYWORD ARGUMENT]... [ VALUE ])
@end example
The @var{value}, if present, is used to initialize the @code{:value}
property. The value should be a string, which will be inserted in
property. The value should be a string, which will be inserted in the
field. This widget will match all string values.
The following extra properties are recognized:
......@@ -1349,7 +1349,7 @@ second component. There must be exactly two components.
@deffn Widget list
The value of a @code{list} widget is a list containing the value of
each of its component.
each of its components.
@end deffn
@deffn Widget vector
......@@ -1359,11 +1359,11 @@ each of its component.
The above suffice for specifying fixed size lists and vectors. To get
variable length lists and vectors, you can use a @code{choice},
@code{set}, or @code{repeat} widgets together with the @code{:inline}
keywords. If any component of a composite widget has the @code{:inline}
@code{set}, or @code{repeat} widget together with the @code{:inline}
keyword. If any component of a composite widget has the @code{:inline}
keyword set, its value must be a list which will then be spliced into
the composite. For example, to specify a list whose first element must
be a file name, and whose remaining arguments should either by the
be a file name, and whose remaining arguments should either be the
symbol @code{t} or two files, you can use the following widget
specification:
......@@ -1390,7 +1390,7 @@ and has a similar syntax.
@deffn Widget set
Allows you to specify a type which must be a list whose elements all
belong to given set. The elements of the list are not significant.
belong to the given set. The elements of the list are not significant.
This is implemented on top of the @code{checklist} basic widget, and has
a similar syntax.
@end deffn
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