Commit ed438271 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Markup and proofreading fixes from YAGI Tatsuya <yagi@is.titech.ac.jp>.

parent a9793e45
......@@ -192,9 +192,9 @@ pressed.}.
@kbd{C-?} a ``control'' key, since 127 has both bits 5 and 6 turned ON.
Also, on very few keyboards does @kbd{C-?} generate ASCII code 127.
@inforef{Characters, Characters, emacs}, and @inforef{Keys, Keys, emacs},
for more information. (@xref{On-line manual}, for more information about
Info.)
@inforef{Text Characters, Text Characters, emacs}, and @inforef{Keys,
Keys, emacs}, for more information. (@xref{On-line manual}, for more
information about Info.)
@node Extended commands, On-line manual, Basic keys, FAQ notation
@section What does @file{M-x @var{command}} mean?
......@@ -274,7 +274,7 @@ default, Info documentation is placed in @file{/usr/local/info}.
Some of these files are available individually via FTP or e-mail; see
@ref{Informational files for Emacs}. They all are available in the
source distribution. Many of the files in the @file{etc} directory are
also available via the Emacs "@samp{Help} menu, or by typing @kbd{C-h ?}
also available via the Emacs @samp{Help} menu, or by typing @kbd{C-h ?}
(@kbd{M-x help-for-help}).
Your system administrator may have removed the @file{src} directory and
......@@ -797,9 +797,9 @@ parentheses. This goes to the node named ``Top'' in that file. For
example, to view a Info file named @file{@var{info-file}} in your home
directory, you can type this:
@lisp
C-h i g (~/@var{info-file}) @key{RET}
@end lisp
@example
@kbd{C-h i g (~/@var{info-file}) @key{RET}}
@end example
@item
You can create your own Info directory. You can tell Emacs where that
......@@ -1031,8 +1031,8 @@ Via HTTP or FTP. You can always fetch the latest FAQ from
@item
In the Emacs distribution. Since Emacs 18.56, the FAQ at the time
of release has been part of the Emacs distribution as
@file{man/faq.texi} (@pxref{File-name conventions}).
of release has been part of the Emacs distribution as either
@file{etc/FAQ} or @file{man/faq.texi} (@pxref{File-name conventions}).
@item
Via the World Wide Web. A hypertext version is available at
......@@ -1359,8 +1359,8 @@ variables.)
By default, the titlebar for a frame does contain the name of the buffer
currently being visited, except if there is a single frame. In such a
case, the titlebar contains the name of the user and the machine at
which Emacs was invoked. This is done by setting
case, the titlebar contains Emacs invocation name and the name of the
machine at which Emacs was invoked. This is done by setting
@code{frame-title-format} to the default value of
@lisp
......@@ -1481,7 +1481,7 @@ to search for unprintable characters using @code{re-search-forward}:
Using @code{isearch-forward-regexp}:
@kbd{M-C-s [^ @key{TAB} @key{RET} C-q @key{RET} C-q C-l @key{SPC} -~]}
@kbd{M-C-s [^ @key{TAB} @key{LFD} C-q @key{RET} C-q C-l @key{SPC} -~]}
To delete all unprintable characters, simply use replace-regexp:
......@@ -1507,13 +1507,14 @@ something in the minibuffer.
@cindex @code{transient-mark-mode}
@cindex Region, highlighting a
If you are using a windowing system such as X, you can cause the region
to be highlighted when the mark is active by including
You can cause the region to be highlighted when the mark is active by
including
@lisp
(transient-mark-mode t)
@end lisp
@noindent
in your @file{.emacs} file. (Also see @ref{Turning on syntax
highlighting}.)
......@@ -1626,9 +1627,9 @@ or by invoking @code{server-start} from @file{.emacs}:
@end lisp
When this is done, Emacs starts a subprocess running a program called
@samp{server}. @samp{server} creates a Unix domain socket. The socket
is either named @file{.emacs_server}, in the user's home directory,
or @file{esrv-@var{user-id}-@var{system-name}}, in the @file{/tmp}
@samp{emacsserver}. @samp{emacsserver} creates a Unix domain socket.
The socket is either named @file{.emacs_server}, in the user's home directory,
or @file{esrv-@var{userid}-@var{systemname}}, in the @file{/tmp}
directory, depending on how @samp{emacsserver} was compiled.
To get your news reader, mail reader, etc., to invoke
......@@ -1667,8 +1668,9 @@ share the same filesystem for this to work. The pathnames that
@samp{emacsclient} specifies should be correct for the filesystem that
the Emacs process sees. The Emacs process should not be suspended at
the time @samp{emacsclient} is invoked. On Unix and GNU/Linux systems,
@samp{emacsclient} should either be invoked from another X window or
from a shell window inside Emacs itself.
@samp{emacsclient} should either be invoked from another X window, or
from a shell window inside Emacs itself, or from another interactive
session, e.g., by means of a @code{screen} program.
@cindex @code{gnuserv}
There is an enhanced version of @samp{emacsclient}/server called
......@@ -2452,8 +2454,8 @@ To move a menu option from one position to another, simply evaluate
More detailed information---and more examples of how to create and
modify menu options---are in the @cite{Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}, under
``Keymaps''. (@xref{Emacs Lisp documentation}, for information on this
manual.)
``Menu Keymaps''. (@xref{Emacs Lisp documentation}, for information on
this manual.)
@node Deleting menus and menu options, Turning on syntax highlighting, Modifying pull-down menus, Common requests
@section How do I delete menus and menu options?
......@@ -4859,7 +4861,7 @@ You may have big problems using @code{mwm} as your window manager.
@item
For X11: Make sure it really is a @key{Meta} key. Use @code{xev} to
find out what keysym your @key{Meta} key generates. It should be either
@key{Meta}_L or @key{Meta}_R. If it isn't, use @file{xmodmap} to fix
@code{Meta_L} or @code{Meta_R}. If it isn't, use @file{xmodmap} to fix
the situation.
@item
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