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RE: enhancement request: have inverse of Info-last - as in Web brower Fo
RE: enhancement request: have inverse of Info-last - as in Web brower Forward button
Sat, 2 Oct 2004 15:11:33 -0700
Yes, I'm aware of the stack being popped by `l', and the existence of `L'
`L' corresponds to opening a History pane (frame) in a browser. It's not the
same thing as having Back and Forward buttons (keys).
For instance, I have `l' bound to mouse-4, which is bound by default in a
Web browser to Back. I would like to bind mouse-4 and mouse-5 to true Back
and Forward commands that navigate down and up Info-history-list.
I can no doubt write code for this myself, but it would be better to have it
in Emacs, for everyone.
From: Juri Linkov [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 2:59 PM
To: Drew Adams
Subject: Re: enhancement request: have inverse of Info-last - as in Web
brower Forward button
"Drew Adams" <address@hidden> writes:
> Not a bug, but an enhancement request.
> How about having a command that is the inverse of Info-last, say,
> Info-forward. Info-last (it would be better named Info-back) and
> Info-forward would act like the Back and Forward buttons of a Web
> browser, taking you back or forward in the history of visited nodes.
This is not possible with the `Info-history' variable since it
actually is a stack, not a list of all visited nodes. However,
in CVS there is a new internal variable `Info-history-list' which
holds a list of all visited nodes and which is used by the `Info-history'
command (bound to `L'). You could try it and see if you still think
`Info-forward' is needed.