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Re: key remapping
- From: Michael Heerdegen <michael_heerdegen@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 16:54:26 +0100
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Max <maxim.suraev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
(B> Thanks, that seems to work fine but I'm unable to combine it with
(B> previous advice: how do I make use of backspace to go to previous page
(B> in the same buffer?
(BWhat do you mean? The functionality bound to B
(B(`w3m-view-previous-page') by default? Because the suggested
(B`w3m-previous-buffer' changes the buffer. Doesn't sound like that's
(Bwhat you want.
(B> While I'm at it - which function in w3m responsible for switching
(B> tabs? I'd like to bind it ctrl+tab
(BIf you want to cycle through the tabs, `w3m-previous-buffer',
(B`w3m-next-buffer', I think. Or do you mean something different?
(B> Also, could you help to clarify terminological confusion? I thought
(B> that "session" is a collection of tabs currently opened (or stored
(B> somewhere) but the function to open stuff in new tab called
(B> "...-url-new-session" - why so?
(BAFAIK, "session" corresponds to "w3m buffer" (whereby buffers correspond
(Bto tabs when enabled) So yes, it's different from what "session" means
(Be.g. in firefox.