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Lynx Scrolling/Paging Help Summary

Paging shortcuts

   + (or SPACE,   - If the bottom of the screen informs you
      or CTRL-F)    that there is 'more' to see, you may
                    move to the next page (Page-Down).

   - (or b,       - If you have moved down in a document, this
      or CTRL-B)    will bring you back up one page (Page-Up).

Keypad shortcuts

Lynx can use the digits 0-9 as movement shortcuts. They are designed to work best when the Num Lock on your keyboard is on, so that Lynx can translate the numbers of your keypad into movement commands:

                     9  - page up
                     8  - up arrow
          7 8 9      7  - moves to the top of a document
           \|/       6  - right arrow
        4 - 5 - 6    5  - nothing
           /|\       4  - left arrow
          1 2 3      3  - page down
                     2  - down arrow
                     1  - moves to the end of a document

Control-characters

   CTRL-A (or Find)    - This Control key, and Function key synonym,
                         brings you back to the first page of the
                         current document (Home).

   CTRL-E (or Select)  - This Control key, and Function key synonym,
                         takes you to the last page of the current
                         document (End).

   CTRL-N (or Remove)  - This Control key, and Function key synonym,
                         moves you forward two lines in the current
                         document (Down-Two).

   CTRL-P (or Insert)  - This Control key, and Function key synonym,
                         moves you back two lines in the current
                         document (Up-Two).

Ordinary characters

   )                   - Moves you forward half a page in the current
                         document (Down-Half).

   (                   - Moves you back half a page in the current
                         document (Up-Half).

   ^                   - Go to the first link on the current line.

   $                   - Go to the last link on the current line.

   <                   - Go to the previous link in the current column.

   >                   - Go to the next link in the current column.

   #                   - Jumps you to the pseudo Toolbar or Banner if
                         present in the current document.  Use left-arrow
                         to return from there to your previous position
                         in the document.