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Tue Nov 20 18:52:50 UTC 2007
> second argument turns this feature on from the command line:
> lynx -show_cursor -number_fields
I use these features frequently enough that it's helpful to have
them in Lynx config file:
(I like to have both numbered, but if you just want one or the
other, you can select your preferred variant).
I also like to use vi-keys, which can choke on text-entry fields,
so I have the following two lines:
That way, I can skim over all fields with my h/j/k/l keys, and
then when I get to the field I want, I use <enter> to activate
the field. Otherwise, I constantly end up with a string of "j"
or "k" characters in my text-entry fields.
I tend to fly in advanced mode (rather than novice mode) using
and it's helpful to know that if you're editing a multi-line
textbox, you can spawn an external editor. On my Debian
installation, that's /usr/bin/sensible-editor which happens to be
pointed at vim, but you can customize that.
The lines from my lynxrc are in this thread where they were
Because the Lynx config-parser is a bit borked, and reads the
/etc/lynx.cfg differently from the ~/.lynxrc, I tend to create a
.lynx.cfg file with the settings I want and then alias "lynx" to
"lynx -cfg=~/.lynx.cfg" so it pulls in the settings a .lynxrc
Hope this helps,
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