|Program and Window commands
||Quits the info program.
||Sends you to a thorough info
|Basic command reference
||Sends you to a basic command
reference, which is actually much less basic than what you're reading
|Switch info windows
||If the info screen is split into
multiple windows, this command moves you to another window.
|Delete the current window
||That's a zero, not a capital o.
|Delete all windows except the
||That's one, not lowercase L.
Node Navigation commands
||Moves you to the next node. The
next node is defined as the current node's next sibling in the
||Moves you to the previous node.
The previous node is defined as the current node's previous sibling in
the hierarchy. DANGER WILL ROBINSON: This is not the previous node
visited, but instead the previous node defined by the info author. If
you want the previous node visited, that's the last (l) command.
|Up to parent node
||Go up to the parent node.
|Last node visited
||Go to the last node visited.
This is like the "back button" on a browser.
|Beginning of node
||Go to the top of current mode.
Why isn't this called t?
Because t takes you to the
top node in the file.
|Top of node
||When you press Enter while the
cursor is on a line that starts with an asterisk, if that line is later
in the node than one that starts with an asterisk and is followed by a
space and the word "menu", you will be transported to the referenced
node. To come back from a referenced node, use the l (last node visited) command.
|Down 1 line
|Up 1 line
|Down several lines
||Walks up and down the hierarchy.
This makes the info file read like a book.
|Up several lines
||Walks up and down the hierarchy
in the reverse direction of the Space command
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