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Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be achoic
Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be achoice in C-h C-h?
Mon, 24 Jul 2006 23:31:23 +0300
> Cc: "Drew Adams" <address@hidden>, address@hidden
> From: David Kastrup <address@hidden>
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 21:57:38 +0200
> > How about "read manuals installed on your system", or "read installed
> > manuals"?
> Possible, but I copy Drew's opinion that people will hardly expect to
> get hardcopy.
I suggested "installed" because that is the real meaning of "online"
in the original text. Hardcopy has nothing to do with this.
> However, they might expect to get a PDF reader or similar (which would
> be nearly as inconvenient), so one might want to qualify with "read
> hypertext manuals", if at all.
PDF format is also hypertext, so strictly speaking "hypertext" doesn't
Re: Should `describe-face' have a global binding? Should C-h i be a choice in C-h C-h?, Kevin Rodgers, 2006/07/24