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Re: tmm and enabled menus.

From: Matt Hodges
Subject: Re: tmm and enabled menus.
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 13:55:06 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1007 (Gnus v5.10.7) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

>>>>> Richard Stallman writes:

 >     On ttys, reducing clutter may be more important than presenting
 >     a consistent interface.

 > That may be the right argument.  I don't have a feel for what is
 > best here.

I made some quick changes to test inclusion of inactive entries in
text menus.  For what it's worth, I didn't find the extra entries
distracting.  Others may disagree.

If anyone is interested in trying it out, I've attached a patch.  This
may not be the cleanest implementation, but it works as far as I have
tested it.  The menus should now look something like this:

    n==>New File...  (C-x C-f)         o==>Open Recent
    O==>Open File...                   d==>Open Directory...  (C-x d)
    i==>Insert File...  (C-x i)        c==>Close (current buffer)
     ---Save (current buffer)  (C-x C-s)
    s==>Save Buffer As...  (C-x C-w)    ---Revert Buffer
    r==>Recover Crashed Session        p==>Print Buffer
     ---Print Region                   P==>Postscript Print Buffer
     ---Postscript Print Region        0==>Postscript Print Buffer (B+W)
     ---Postscript Print Region (B+W)  a==>a2ps  (<f22>)
    S==>Split Window  (C-x 2)           ---Unsplit Windows  (C-x 1)
    N==>New Frame  (C-x 5 2)           f==>New Frame on Display...
    D==>Delete Frame  (C-x 5 0)        e==>Exit Emacs  (C-x C-c)


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