Re: Where do you RTFM ?
Karsten M. Self schrieb:
> on Mon, Dec 24, 2001 at 08:57:27PM -0600, John Hasler (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > dman writes:
> > > Personally it is the emacs-centric interface.
> > What is emacs-centric about (N)ext, (P)revious, (U)p, (S)earch, and ENTER?
> How about the fact that NPU have no relationship to your _own_ path
> through the documentation tree (as they would in, say, a web browser,
> which is, along with 'less', the most common text-reading environment
> most of us know.
I don't see how a web browser could change the order of the pages ;-)
> I constantly find myself surprised with where info wants to take me, and
> perplexed at how to get back to where I wanted to be.
What's wrong with the (L)ast key? And then, of course, you have the
(S)earch key and most of the times an (I)ndex.