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Re: key remapping
- From: Michael Heerdegen <michael_heerdegen@xxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 22:10:52 +0100
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Max <maxim.suraev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
(B> Ok, that's really confusing - is there some manual which I can go
(BI guess http://emacs-w3m.namazu.org/info/emacs-w3m.html is the official
(B> Session is a w3m-buffer cause open in new tab is actually
(B> open-in-new-session but it's also a session like in firefox cause you
(B> can save list of opened tabs with save-session...
(BYes, it's a bit confusing. But I think you already know everything
(Bimportant about it. "session" has a similar meaning as in other
(Bbrowsers, but sometimes, it is also used as suffix ...-new-session
(Bmeaning "in a new w3m buffer". It's not unambiguous, but there are
(Bother words that are not unambiguous as well...
(B> Which is the function to open new (empty) tab for instance?
(BI think `w3m-goto-new-session-url'. But probably most people do just