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Re: Info: no antidote to l?

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Info: no antidote to l?
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2001 22:41:50 +0300

> From: Dan Jacobson <jidanni@kimo.FiXcomTHiS.tw>
> Newsgroups: gnu.emacs.bug
> Date: 02 Jul 2001 16:02:00 +0800
> In info I used the l command, say just once, but then wanted to get
> back to the page I was just on.  As I forgot what info page I was just
> on, I found that apparently I was out of luck?

In addition to `i', which is always a good idea whenever you don't
know the name of the node, there are usually much easier methods.

Recall that `l' in the node A leads to the node B from where you went
to the node A.  Now, what are the ways you could go from B to A?  They

  - type "m NODE-NAME RET"
  - type "g NODE-NAME RET"
  - type "f NODE-NAME RET"
  - go to a menu item and press RET
  - go to a cross-reference and press RET

Each one of these is easy to reproduce: the first 3 by typing the same
command and then using command history to find the name of the node
you typed last, the last two by typing RET as soon as `l' does its thing.

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