Commit 9a56b9bf authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

; Minor fixes in documentation

* doc/emacs/xresources.texi (Table of Resources):
* doc/emacs/cmdargs.texi (Misc X):
* etc/NEWS: Fix recent changes in documentation.
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...@@ -1238,7 +1238,7 @@ Disable the blinking cursor on graphical displays. ...@@ -1238,7 +1238,7 @@ Disable the blinking cursor on graphical displays.
@itemx --basic-display @itemx --basic-display
@opindex --basic-display @opindex --basic-display
Disable the menu-bar, the tool-bar, the scroll-bars, tool tips, and Disable the menu-bar, the tool-bar, the scroll-bars, tool tips, and
font-lock-mode, and turn off the blinking cursor. This can be useful turn off font-lock-mode and the blinking cursor. This can be useful
for making a test case that simplifies debugging of display problems. for making a test case that simplifies debugging of display problems.
@end table @end table
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...@@ -223,12 +223,12 @@ Width of the internal frame border, in pixels. ...@@ -223,12 +223,12 @@ Width of the internal frame border, in pixels.
@end ifnottex @end ifnottex
@item @code{lineSpacing} (class @code{LineSpacing}) @item @code{lineSpacing} (class @code{LineSpacing})
@cindex line spacing @cindex line spacing (X resource)
Additional space between lines, in pixels. Additional space between lines, in pixels.
@ifnottex @ifnottex
@item @code{menuBackground} (class @code{Background}) @item @code{menuBackground} (class @code{Background})
@cindex background for menus @cindex background for menus (X resource)
The background color of the menus in non-toolkit versions of Emacs. The background color of the menus in non-toolkit versions of Emacs.
(For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see @ref{Motif (For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see @ref{Motif
Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.) Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.)
...@@ -245,13 +245,13 @@ If @samp{none}, Emacs will not make a minibuffer in this frame; it ...@@ -245,13 +245,13 @@ If @samp{none}, Emacs will not make a minibuffer in this frame; it
will use a separate minibuffer frame instead. will use a separate minibuffer frame instead.
@item @code{paneFont} (class @code{Font}) @item @code{paneFont} (class @code{Font})
@cindex font for menus @cindex font for menus (X resource)
Font name for menu pane titles, in non-toolkit versions of Emacs. Font name for menu pane titles, in non-toolkit versions of Emacs.
(For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see @ref{Motif (For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see @ref{Motif
Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.) Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.)
@item @code{paneForeground} (class @code{Foreground}) @item @code{paneForeground} (class @code{Foreground})
@cindex foreground for menus @cindex foreground for menus (X resource)
Foreground color for menu pane titles, in non-toolkit versions of Foreground color for menu pane titles, in non-toolkit versions of
Emacs. (For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see Emacs. (For toolkit versions, see @ref{Lucid Resources}, also see
@ref{Motif Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.) @ref{Motif Resources}, and see @ref{GTK resources}.)
...@@ -272,17 +272,17 @@ Switch foreground and background default colors if @samp{on}, use colors as ...@@ -272,17 +272,17 @@ Switch foreground and background default colors if @samp{on}, use colors as
specified if @samp{off}. specified if @samp{off}.
@item @code{screenGamma} (class @code{ScreenGamma}) @item @code{screenGamma} (class @code{ScreenGamma})
@cindex gamma correction @cindex gamma correction (X resource)
Gamma correction for colors, equivalent to the frame parameter Gamma correction for colors, equivalent to the frame parameter
@code{screen-gamma}. @code{screen-gamma}.
@item @code{scrollBar} (class @code{ScrollBar}) @item @code{scrollBar} (class @code{ScrollBar})
@cindex scroll bar @cindex scroll bar (X resource)
If the value of this resource is @samp{off} or @samp{false} or If the value of this resource is @samp{off} or @samp{false} or
@samp{0}, Emacs disables Scroll Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Scroll Bars}). @samp{0}, Emacs disables Scroll Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Scroll Bars}).
@item @code{scrollBarWidth} (class @code{ScrollBarWidth}) @item @code{scrollBarWidth} (class @code{ScrollBarWidth})
@cindex scrollbar width @cindex scrollbar width (X resource)
The scroll bar width in pixels, equivalent to the frame parameter The scroll bar width in pixels, equivalent to the frame parameter
@code{scroll-bar-width}. Do not set this resource if Emacs is @code{scroll-bar-width}. Do not set this resource if Emacs is
compiled with GTK+ support. compiled with GTK+ support.
...@@ -315,18 +315,18 @@ useful for debugging X problems. ...@@ -315,18 +315,18 @@ useful for debugging X problems.
Name to display in the title bar of the initial Emacs frame. Name to display in the title bar of the initial Emacs frame.
@item @code{toolBar} (class @code{ToolBar}) @item @code{toolBar} (class @code{ToolBar})
@cindex tool bar @cindex tool bar (X resource)
If the value of this resource is @samp{off} or @samp{false} or If the value of this resource is @samp{off} or @samp{false} or
@samp{0}, Emacs disables Tool Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Tool Bars}). @samp{0}, Emacs disables Tool Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Tool Bars}).
@item @code{tabBar} (class @code{TabBar}) @item @code{tabBar} (class @code{TabBar})
@cindex tab bar @cindex tab bar (X resource)
If the value of this resource is @samp{on} or @samp{yes} or If the value of this resource is @samp{on} or @samp{yes} or
@samp{1}, Emacs enables Tab Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Tab Bars}). @samp{1}, Emacs enables Tab Bar mode at startup (@pxref{Tab Bars}).
@item @code{useXIM} (class @code{UseXIM}) @item @code{useXIM} (class @code{UseXIM})
@cindex XIM @cindex XIM (X resource)
@cindex X input methods @cindex X input methods (X resource)
@cindex input methods, X @cindex input methods, X
Disable use of X input methods (XIM) if @samp{false} or @samp{off}. Disable use of X input methods (XIM) if @samp{false} or @samp{off}.
This is only relevant if your Emacs is built with XIM support. It This is only relevant if your Emacs is built with XIM support. It
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...@@ -454,7 +454,8 @@ Note that this key binding will not work on MS-Windows systems if ...@@ -454,7 +454,8 @@ Note that this key binding will not work on MS-Windows systems if
* Editing Changes in Emacs 27.1 * Editing Changes in Emacs 27.1
+++ +++
** 'zap-to-char' uses the new 'read-char-with-history' function to allow ** 'zap-to-char' now uses history of characters you used to zap to.
'zap-to-char' uses the new 'read-char-with-history' function to allow
navigating through the history of characters that have been input. navigating through the history of characters that have been input.
This is mostly useful for characters that have complex input methods This is mostly useful for characters that have complex input methods
where inputting the character again may involve many keystrokes. where inputting the character again may involve many keystrokes.
...@@ -764,8 +765,8 @@ remapped to these, respectively. ...@@ -764,8 +765,8 @@ remapped to these, respectively.
** Dired ** Dired
--- ---
*** On systems that support it, Dired now font-locks the permissions *** On systems that support suid/guid files, Dired now fontifies the
of suid/guid files specially with the 'dired-set-id' face. permissions of such files with a special face 'dired-set-id'.
+++ +++
*** New command 'dired-create-empty-file'. *** New command 'dired-create-empty-file'.
...@@ -2387,9 +2388,9 @@ scrolling. ...@@ -2387,9 +2388,9 @@ scrolling.
* Lisp Changes in Emacs 27.1 * Lisp Changes in Emacs 27.1
** There is a new function 'read-char-with-history' that works like ** New function 'read-char-with-history'.
'read-char', but maintains a history that can be navigated via the This function works like 'read-char', but maintains a history that can
'M-p'/'M-n' keystrokes. be navigated via the 'M-p'/'M-n' keystrokes.
** 'setq-local' can now set an arbitrary number of variables, which ** 'setq-local' can now set an arbitrary number of variables, which
makes the syntax more like 'setq'. makes the syntax more like 'setq'.
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