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Re: vi-keys not at all like vi.

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: vi-keys not at all like vi.
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 09:25:23 +0200 (IST)

On Thu, 5 Apr 2001, Robin Lee Powell wrote:

> In particular, 'j' and 'k' move the buffer up or down by one line, but
> do not move the cursor.

vi-keys are actually modeled after Less more than after vi.

What would you suggest that `j' an `k' should do in Info?

> This makes it nearly impossible to get back to
> a line above the line one is currently on to select a previous node.
> And having to hit C-x RET to enter a node is just silly.

Well, both Less and vi don't have an equivalent for such a function, so I 
simply relocated the normal RET to its C-x sibling.

Again, suggestions for better key bindings are welcome.

(FWIW, the current key bindings were reviewed by one hardcore vi and Less 
user, and he was quite pleased IIRC.)

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