Le 13 déc. 04, à 12:43, Sven Luther a écrit :
On Mon, Dec 13, 2004 at 12:24:14PM +0100, Alan Schmitt wrote:Le 13 déc. 04, à 10:23, San VU NGOC a écrit :yes for me h,j,k,l work as page-movement too. BUT if you press, say, j, while the bottom of the page is alreadyshown, THEN it shows the next page. This is a bug or a feature, as onewishes.I wrote that code, and this is indeed how it is intended to work.Well, it would be more intuitive ig the page jump behavior happened only onthe second boundary click.
I'm not sure to understand. Do you mean:top of page: j -> goes down somewhat (let's say to bottom of page); j -> nothing happens; j -> next page?
I'm not sure I would like this, I very often display a full page, and use j and k to navigate. I would not like to have to hit the key twice.
also it would be nice if the move delta was cobfigurable, or had a finerratio. HJKL -> current behavior, hjkl -> more fine grained moves.
It would indeed be nice to be configurable. At the moments it works like "page down" for gv, for instance (IIRC how gv works).
Mmm, maybe it would even be possible to map the arrow keys, not sure though.
This is however very tricky with graphics. Alan