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Re: Suggestion: minor change to TUTORIAL(.*)

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Suggestion: minor change to TUTORIAL(.*)
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 23:55:02 +0200

> From: "Drew Adams" <address@hidden>
> Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2006 22:06:55 -0700
> Your physical key "Page Down" is
> referred to by Emacs (in both the manual and the UI messages and *Help*) by
> the logical-key name `<next>', which has no spaces.

info.texi uses "PageDown".

>     > Is the following hard to understand?
>     >
>     >   `M-x  t e x t  SPC  m o d e  RET'
>     It's very hard to read, especially with longer commands.
> There are relatively few instructions to type keys in the manuals, and the
> above, fictitious example (not from a manual) is much longer than any I have
> seen in the manual - about twice as long. So the length problem you cite
> does not seem to be a problem in practice.

Every time you see @kbd{whatever} in the manual means "type
whatever".  Here's a random example:

    There is a spiffy customize interface, which may be reached by typing
    @kbd{M-x customize-option erc-modules @key{RET}}.

Imagine having everything inside @kbd written with spaces between the

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