Commit e5811d71 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Minor cleanup.

parent 80df2fce
\input texinfo @c -*-texinfo-*-
@c
@c $Id: speedbar.texi,v 1.5 2000/12/05 23:02:24 fx Exp $
@c $Id: speedbar.texi,v 1.6 2000/12/05 23:06:42 fx Exp $
@c
@c This file is part of GNU Emacs
......@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ authors of other packages to provide speedbar summaries customized to
the needs of that mode.
Throughout this manual, activities are defined as `clicking on', or
`expanding' items. Clicking means using using @kbd{mouse-2} on a
`expanding' items. Clicking means using using @kbd{Mouse-2} on a
button. Expanding refers to clicking on an expansion button to display
an expanded summary of the entry the expansion button is
on. @xref{Basic Navigation}.
......@@ -360,28 +360,29 @@ with the mouse, or affected by the menu.
The mouse bindings are:
@table @kbd
@item mouse-1
@item Mouse-1
Move cursor to that location.
@item mouse-2
@itemx double-mouse-1
Activate the current button. @kbd{double-mouse-1} is called a @dfn{double
@item Mouse-2
@itemx Double-Mouse-1
Activate the current button. @kbd{Double-Mouse-1} is called a @dfn{double
click} on other platforms, and is useful for windows users with two
button mice.
@c Isn't it true that with two-button mice, the right button is mouse-2?
@item S-mouse-2
@itemx S-double-mouse-1
@c Isn't it true that with two-button mice, the right button is Mouse-2?
@c On GNU/Linux, the right button is Mouse-3.
@item S-Mouse-2
@itemx S-Double-Mouse-1
@cindex power click
This has the same effect as @kbd{mouse-2}, except it is called a power
This has the same effect as @kbd{Mouse-2}, except it is called a power
click. This means that if a group with an expansion button @samp{+} is
clicked, any caches are flushed, and subitems re-read. If it is a name,
it will be opened in a new frame.
@item mouse-3
@item Mouse-3
Activate the speedbar menu. The item selected affects the line clicked,
not the line where the cursor was.
@item mode-line mouse-1
@item Mouse-1 @r{(mode line)}
Activate the menu. This affects the item the cursor is on before the
click, since the mouse was not clicked on anything.
@item C-mouse-1
@item C-Mouse-1
Buffers sub-menu. The buffer in the attached frame is switched.
@end table
......@@ -399,8 +400,8 @@ You can display different data by using different display modes. These
specialized modes make it easier to navigate the relevant pieces of
information, such as files and directories, or buffers.
In the main menu, found by clicking @kbd{mouse-3}, there is a submenu
labeled ``Displays''. This submenu lets you easily choose between
In the main menu, found by clicking @kbd{Mouse-3}, there is a submenu
labeled @samp{Displays}. This submenu lets you easily choose between
different display modes.
The contents are modes currently loaded into emacs. By default, this
......@@ -846,8 +847,8 @@ items is reached.
When using the file mode in speedbar, information regarding a version
control system adds small details to the display. If a file is in a
version control system, and is ``checked out'', or ``locked'' locally, an
asterisk @samp{*} is placed at the end of the file name. In addition,
version control system, and is ``checked out'' or ``locked'' locally, an
asterisk @samp{*} appears at the end of the file name. In addition,
the directory name for Version Control systems are left out of the
speedbar display.
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