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Re: [PATCH] infokeys, scrolling behavior etc.

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: [PATCH] infokeys, scrolling behavior etc.
Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2007 01:09:23 +0200
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Sergey Poznyakoff wrote:
> Here comes the fix. This version also works correctly
> when argument count is specified (e.g. C-U 3 4 <down>).

Thanks!  This patch appears to work fine.  I can't find any hiccups.

Except... when scrolling back up to a previous node that was longer 
than a single screenfull, the cursor jumps to the middle of the 
page instead of starting at the bottom.  This is not really an 
error, but not quite what one would expect -- especially not when 
accidentily scrolling off the bottom of a page and then quickly 
scrolling back.

So now I have <PageUp> and <PageDown> defined to not stop at node 
borders, nor <up> and <down>.  It is only <Tab> that still runs in 
circles inside a single node.  It would make make <Tab> more useful 
if it could be configured to jump from reference to cross-reference 
through the entire document.  --  If I'm asking too much here, no 
worries, I'll go be happy with these non-blocking cursor keys.  :)



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