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Fix stray references to `disable-ido-ubiquitous-in-function`

That macro is now called `disable-ido-ubiquitous-in`. The only stray
references were in docstrings, so this has no changes to the code.
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DarwinAwardWinner committed Oct 2, 2011
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@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
If this mode causes problems for a function, you can force the
function to use the original completing read by using the macro
`disable-ido-ubiquitous-in-function'. For example, if a
`disable-ido-ubiquitous-in'. For example, if a
function `foo' cannot work with ido-style completion, evaluate
the following (for example by putting it in your .emacs file):
@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ continue to use `completing-read' instead of
(defmacro enable-ido-ubiquitous-in (func)
"Re-enable ido-ubiquitous in FUNC.
This reverses the effect of `disable-ido-ubiquitous-in-function'."
This reverses the effect of `disable-ido-ubiquitous-in'."
;; In my experience, simply using `ad-remove-advice' or
;; `ad-disable-advice' doesn't work correctly (in Emacs 23).
;; Instead, I've found that one must redefine the advice under the

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