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RE: node Menu Bar of Emacs manual

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: node Menu Bar of Emacs manual
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 13:56:20 -0700

> > The node says this:
> >
> >    You can also invoke the first menu bar item by pressing <F10> (to run
> >    the command `menu-bar-open').  You can then navigate the
> >    menus with the arrow keys.  You select an item by pressing <RET> and
> >    cancel menu navigation with <ESC>.
> >
> > This doesn't seem to be true (in emacs -Q). `C-h k f10' shows this:
> >
> >   <f10> runs the command #[nil "\300\301!\207"
> >   [w32-send-sys-command 61696] 2 nil nil]
> >   which is an interactive compiled Lisp function.
> >   It is bound to <f10>.
> >   (anonymous)
> >
> >   Not documented.
> Did you actually try typing F10?


> If so, are you saying that it didn't work for you?

I am not saying that f10 does not work. I am saying that the doc is
incorrect or unclear - this is a doc bug report.

You did not quote this part of the bug report:

> > Furthermore, M-x menu-bar-open is not recognized - there does
> > not seem to be such a command.

The doc says that f10 is bound to a particular command, and that command
does not exist. The doc needs to be corrected.

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