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Update to SKK 10.60.

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-;; SKK Japanese tutorial text (version 3.2.1)
-;; Copyright (C) 1988, 1992, 1996 Masahiko Sato (masahiko@kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
+;; SKK Japanese tutorial text (version 3.3.1)
+;; Copyright (C) 1988, 1992, 1996, 1998
+;; Masahiko Sato (masahiko@kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
 ;;
-;; This is the tutorial text for SKK Version 9.14 and and later versions.
+;; Author: Masahiko Sato <masahiko@kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
+;; Maintainer: Mikio Nakajima <minakaji@osaka.email.ne.jp>
+;; Version: $Id$
+;; Keywords: japanese
+;; Last Modified: $Date$
+
+;; This is the tutorial text for SKK version 10.46 and and later versions.
 ;;
 ;; Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of
 ;; this tutorial text provided the copyright notice and this permission notice
 ;; version 3.0 released 1992.5.30
 ----
 == SKK $B%A%e!<%H%j%"%k$N;H$$J}(B ==
+
 SKK $B$O(B Mule $B$N$?$a$N9bB.$G8zN(E*$JF|K\8lF~NO%7%9%F%`$G$9!#(BSKK $B$OC1=c$J(B
 $B4pK\86M}$N$b$H$G@_7W!":n@.$5$l$F$$$k$?$a$K!"C;;~4V$G;HMQK!$r%^%9%?!<$9$k(B
 $B$3$H$,$G$-$^$9!#$3$N%A%e!<%H%j%"%k$G$O!"(BMule $B$K4X$9$kCN<1$r2>Dj$7$F!"(B
 
 !! $B!X(BC-x C-j$B!Y$H%?%$%W$7$F2<$5$$!#(B
 
-$B%b!<%I9T$N@hF,$,!Z$+$J![$H$J$j$^$7$?!#$3$N%b!<%I$r!V$+$J%b!<%I!W$H8@$$$^(B
-$B$9!#!V$+$J%b!<%I!W$G$O!"1Q>.J8;z$GF~NO$5$l$?%m!<%^;z$O$R$i$+$J$KJQ49$5$l(B
-$B$FF~NO$5$l$^$9!#Nc$($P!"!X(Baiueo$B!Y$H%?%$%W$9$l$P!"!Z$"$$$&$($*![$H$J$j$^$9!#(B
-($B!V$+$J%b!<%I!W$G$O!"1QBgJ8;z$O@bL@$,$"$k$^$G;HMQ$7$J$$$G$/$@$5$$!#(B)
+$B%b!<%I9T$N%^%$%J!<%b!<%I$NI=<($K!Z$+$J![$,2C$o$j$^$7$?!#$3$N%b!<%I$r!V$+$J(B
+$B%b!<%I!W$H8@$$$^$9!#!V$+$J%b!<%I!W$G$O!"1Q>.J8;z$GF~NO$5$l$?%m!<%^;z$O$R$i(B
+$B$+$J$KJQ49$5$l$FF~NO$5$l$^$9!#Nc$($P!"!X(Baiueo$B!Y$H%?%$%W$9$l$P!"!Z$"$$$&$((B
+$B$*![$H$J$j$^$9!#(B ($B!V$+$J%b!<%I!W$G$O!"1QBgJ8;z$O@bL@$,$"$k$^$G;HMQ$7$J$$$G(B
+$B$/$@$5$$!#(B)
 
 >> $B$+$-$/$1$3(B
 ----
 
 $B!V%"%9%-!<%b!<%I!W$G$O!"F~NO$5$l$?%-!<$ODL>o$N(B Emacs $B$N%3%^%s%I$H$7$F2r<a(B
 $B$5$l$^$9!#!V%"%9%-!<%b!<%I!W$O<!9`$G@bL@$9$kE@$r=|$$$F$O!"(BSKK $B$r5/F0$9$k(B
-$BA0$HF1$8>uBV$H9M$($i$l$^$9!#%b!<%I9T$N!Z(BSKK:$B![$O(B SKK $B$,$3$N%P%C%U%!$G5/F0(B
-$B$5$l$F$$$k$3$H$r<($9$?$a$N$b$N$G$9!#(B
+$BA0$HF1$8>uBV$H9M$($i$l$^$9!#%b!<%I9T$N!Z(BSKK$B![$O(B SKK $B$,$3$N%P%C%U%!$G5/F0$5(B
+$B$l$F$$$k$3$H$r<($9$?$a$N$b$N$G$9!#(B
 
 >> Now we are in ASCII mode.
 ----
 
 !! $B!V"#%b!<%I!W$G!"!X(B\$B!Y$r%?%$%W$7$F2<$5$$!#(B
 
-$B%_%K%P%C%U%!$K!Z(BJIS or EUC code:$B![$H$$$&%W%m%s%W%H$,$G$^$9!#(B
+$B%_%K%P%C%U%!$K(B
+$B!Z(B7/8 bits or KUTEN code for japanese-jisx0208 (00nn or CR for Jump Menu):$B![(B
+$B$H$$$&%W%m%s%W%H$,$G$^$9!#(B
+
 
 !! $B!X(B555c$B!Y$H%?%$%W$7!"(B<return>$B%-!<$r2!$7$F2<$5$$!#(B
 
-;; SKK English tutorial text
-;; Copyright (C) 1992, 1996 Masahiko Sato (masahiko@sato.riec.tohoku.ac.jp)
+;; SKK English tutorial text (version 1.4)
+;; Copyright (C) 1992, 1996, 1998
+;; Masahiko Sato (masahiko@sato.riec.tohoku.ac.jp)
 ;;
-;; This is the tutorial text for SKK Version 9.14 and and later versions.
+;; Author: Masahiko Sato <masahiko@kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp>
+;; Maintainer: Mikio Nakajima <minakaji@osaka.email.ne.jp>
+;; Version: $Id$
+;; Keywords: japanese
+;; Last Modified: $Date$
+;;
+;; This is the tutorial text for SKK version 10.46 and and later versions.
 ;;
 ;; Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of
 ;; this tutorial text provided the copyright notice and this permission notice
 
 !! Type $B!X(BC-x C-j$B!Y(B.
 
-Note that the left end of the mode line of the Solution Window is now
-$B!Z$+$J![(B.  This mode is called $B$+$J(B mode.  In this mode, lower case latin
-letters are interpreted as Romaji ($B%m!<%^;z(B) and will be converted to the
-corresponding hirakanas.  For instance, if you type  $B!X(Baiueo$B!Y(B, you will
-get $B!Z$"$$$&$($*![(B.  (In $B$+$J(B mode, don't use upper case latin characters
-until we explain about them.)
+Note that a part of the mode line which shows minor modes of the Solution
+Window is now $B!Z$+$J![(B.  This mode is called $B$+$J(B mode.  In this mode,
+lower case Latin letters are interpreted as Romaji ($B%m!<%^;z(B) and will be
+converted to the corresponding hirakanas.  For instance, if you type
+$B!X(Baiueo$B!Y(B, you will get $B!Z$"$$$&$($*![(B.  (In $B$+$J(B mode, don't use upper
+case latin characters until we explain about them.)
 
 >> $B$+$-$/$1$3(B
 ----
 In ASCII mode, keys will be interpreted as ordinary Emacs commands. It is
 almost identical with the state you were in just befor you invoked SKK,
 and we will explain the tiny difference soon.  In ASCII mode, you will see
-$B!Z(BSKK:$B![(B in the mode line, and this is to indicate that SKK has been
+$B!Z(BSKK$B![(B in the mode line, and this is to indicate that SKK has been
 invoked in this buffer.
 
 >> Now we are in ASCII mode.
 
 is used to go back to $B"#(B mode when you enter $B"&(B mode by mistake.
 
-	$B"'(B == <return> and all the printable keys  ==> $B"#(B
+	$B"'(B == <return> and all the pritable keys  ==> $B"#(B
 
 means that these keys automatically select the current candidate as the
 final result of conversion.  This action is called kakutei ($B3NDj(B). Let
 
 !! In $B"#(B mode, type $B!X(B\$B!Y(B.
 
-You get the prompt $B!Z(BJIS or EUC code: (00nn or CR for Jump Menu)$B![(B.
+You get the prompt 
+$B!Z(B7/8 bits or KUTEN code for japanese-jisx0208 (00nn or CR for Jump Menu):$B![(B.
 
 !! Type $B!X(B555c$B!Y(B and hit <return> key.