[ZDP] Netscape key bindings
Tue, 18 May 1999 15:03:24 +0200 (CEST)
On Mon, 17 May 1999, Craig Allen wrote:
> That means that working in the /manage screens editing HTML and DTML
> can be much more efficient.
> C-v scroll forward one "page"
has this happened to you as well that you expect C-v to paste the text
that you have cut/copied before but instead C-v scrolls forward one page?!
if you're used to C-c, C-x, C-v (copy, cut, paste on w95) then this is
quite confusing that you have to press M-c, M-x, M-v in netscape/linux
there's been an announcement on http://freshmeat.net/ a couple of days
ago that might help:
Dave Cinege - May 03rd 1999, 22:20 EST
Netscape.ad is a modified Netscape Commuicator app-defaults file. It sets
the cut/copy/paste keys to ctrl-x/c/v as well as adding several other hot
key and navigation enhancements.
Changes: Initial release.
i haven't tried this one myself yet but it might make your work in the
management screen even more efficient especially when you're used to win95