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Re: Gtk version getting closer

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Gtk version getting closer
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 20:34:07 -0500

    The menu item has "between Sessions", implying this applies
        for all sessions to come.  The tip says "next Session", implying
        it is only for the next session.

Both expressions fit what it actually does.

    The menu item has "Save Place in Files", the tip says "Save Emacs state".
        Neither is 100% correct, there is more that places saved, but
        less than the full Emacs state.  If this is for a beginner, I
        imagine (but could be wrong) that "Save Places" is easier to
        understand than "Save state", as stats can mean many things.

I think they are both useful.  If you have specific
suggestions to improve one or the other, please offer them.

    I think I would have written "Reopen files when Emacs is started".

Perhaps "Revisit files of previous session when restarting Emacs."
What do you think?

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