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Re: Info sucks?

Ben Pfaff wrote:
search: Ctrl-S
up: U
preivous: P
next: N
select a link: ENTER
up line: up arrow
downline: down arrow
cursor left/righ: left/right arrow
page up: page up
page down: page down
goto: g
index: i
menu: m

advanced functions
reprint: ctrl-l
last node: l
directory: d
quit: q


Philip Thiem
> Hamish Moffatt <hamish@debian.org> writes:
>    On Mon, Sep 14, 1998 at 09:05:38PM -0400, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>    > John Lapeyre <lapeyre@physics.Arizona.EDU> writes:
>    >
>    > ``A few hours''?!  Type `info' and what do you see?  `C-h for help'.
>    > Type C-h, it tells you how to navigate.  Simplicity itself.  Why does
>    > everything have to be a web browser?
>    The keys are completely non-intuitive. I have read the help; two hours
>    later, I cannot remember how to use info. It takes significant effort
>    to learn anything which is non-intuitive. emacs is similarly
>    counter-intuitive, which is why I use nvi.
> Now you are moving into the realm of arbitrary personal opinions.  I
> find the Info keys perfectly intuitive.
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   All windows user please exvacuate the building
         (So I can install a better OS on the comps)
Pass on the GAS get NASM instead.

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