Commit ec45fa10 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Avoid overfull hboxes.

parent f99d295c
......@@ -3431,7 +3431,7 @@ see @ref{Help installing Emacs}.
If you cannot find a solution in the documentation, send a message to
@email{bug-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org}.
Please do not post it to @uref{news:gnu.emacs.help} or send e-mail to
Please don't post it to @uref{news:gnu.emacs.help} or send e-mail to
@email{help-gnu-emacs@@gnu.org}. For further guidelines, see
@ref{Guidelines for newsgroup postings} and @ref{Reporting bugs}.
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......@@ -1850,8 +1850,10 @@ specifying a new face. (Emacs faces are described in the Emacs Lisp
reference.) On a color display, the following customization method is
usually most effective:
@example
(set-face-foreground viper-replace-overlay-face "DarkSlateBlue")
(set-face-background viper-replace-overlay-face "yellow")
(set-face-foreground viper-replace-overlay-face
"DarkSlateBlue")
(set-face-background viper-replace-overlay-face
"yellow")
@end example
For a complete list of colors available to you, evaluate the expression
@code{(x-defined-colors)}. (Type it in the buffer @code{*scratch*} and then
......@@ -2057,7 +2059,8 @@ can write this:
@noindent
To customize the binding for @kbd{C-h} in Insert state:
@example
(define-key viper-insert-global-user-map "\C-h" 'my-del-backwards-function)
(define-key viper-insert-global-user-map
"\C-h" 'my-del-backwards-function)
@end example
@noindent
......@@ -2106,7 +2109,8 @@ Dired functions, the trick can be accomplished via the following code:
(setq my-dired-vi-purist-map (make-sparse-keymap))
(define-key my-dired-vi-purist-map "k" 'viper-previous-line)
(define-key my-dired-vi-purist-map "l" 'viper-forward-char)
(viper-modify-major-mode 'dired-mode 'emacs-state my-dired-vi-purist-map)
(viper-modify-major-mode 'dired-mode
'emacs-state my-dired-vi-purist-map)
@end example
Yet another way to customize key bindings in a major mode is to edit the
......@@ -2530,15 +2534,15 @@ If a document consists of several files we can designate one of them as a
master and put the following at the end of that file:
@lisp
;;; Local Variables:
;;; eval: (viper-setup-master-buffer "file1" "file2" "file3" "file5" "file5")
;;; eval: (viper-setup-master-buffer "file1" "file2" "file3" "file4")
;;; End:
@end lisp
@noindent
where @code{file1} to @code{file5} are names of files related to the master
where @code{file1} to @code{file4} are names of files related to the master
file. Next time, when the master file is visited, the command
@code{viper-setup-master-buffer} will be evaluated and the above files will
be associated with the master file. Then, the new Ex command
@kbd{:RelatedFile} (abbr.@: @kbd{:R}) will display files 1 to 5 one after
@kbd{:RelatedFile} (abbr.@: @kbd{:R}) will display files 1 to 4 one after
another, so you can edit them. If a file is not in any Emacs buffer, it
will be visited. The command @kbd{PreviousRelatedFile} (abbr., @kbd{:P})
goes through the file list in the opposite direction.
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......@@ -358,7 +358,8 @@ Interface}).
'("En" "To" "Tre"))
(widget-setup))
"other work")
(widget-insert " for more information.\n\nNumbers: count to three below\n")
(widget-insert
" for more information.\n\nNumbers: count to three below\n")
(setq widget-example-repeat
(widget-create 'editable-list
:entry-format "%i %d %v"
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