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Re: lynx-dev request feature for whereis query

From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev request feature for whereis query
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2000 23:12:51 -0400

000727 Atsuhito Kohda wrote:
> when one try to search a word in Lynx (i.e. push '/' key)
> Lynx displays 'Enter a whereis query:' and one enters 'lynx'.
> Then when one wants to search even the same word,
> Lynx asks again the same question
> with the same phrase 'Enter a whereis query:'
> Lynx should be smarter and ask 'Enter a whereis query:lynx',
> that is, display the word used in the previous query as default.
> If this feature is already realized,
> I am very sorry but if not I wish this feature is provided.

you can do it in two ways: use `n' to repeat the previous search
or after `/' use the up-arrow to recall previous strings.

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