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Removed the experimental font size adjuster patch (it slipped in by mistake)
author Jorge Arellano Cid <jcid@dillo.org>
date Mon, 15 Jun 2009 17:50:10 -0400
parents d297c7cecbc6
children 7892cf563421
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# keysrc
# Sample dillo key bindings file.
#
# The format is: "key = action" or "<modifier>key = action".
# Lines that begin with a '#' are comments.
# The commented-out bindings below show the defaults built into Dillo.
#
# Modifiers recognized: "Shift", "Ctrl", "Alt", "Meta".
# Key names recognized: "Backspace", "Delete", "Down", "End", "Esc",
# "F1" through "F12", "Home", "Insert", "Left", "PageDown", "PageUp",
# "Print", "Return", "Right", "Space", "Tab", "Up".

# "open" lets you browse your local files for one to open.
#<ctrl>o = open

# "new-window" opens a new browser window.
#<ctrl>n = new-window

# "new-tab" opens a new tab in the current browser window.
#<ctrl>t = new-tab

# "close-tab" closes the current tab.
# Note that this closes the browser window if there is only one tab.
#<ctrl>q = close-tab

# "close-all" closes all tabs/windows and exits.
#<alt>q = close-all

# "left-tab" and "right-tab" switch to the left/right of the current tab.
# *** NOT HOOKED UP YET ***
# <shift>tab = left-tab
# <ctrl>tab = right-tab

# "back" and "forward" move back/forward through the browser history.
#backspace = back
#<shift>backspace = forward
#, = back
#. = forward

# "reload" the current page.
#<ctrl>r = reload

# "home" goes to the homepage that you set in your dillorc.
#<ctrl>h = home

# "find" lets you search for a text string on the current page.
#<ctrl>f = find

# "hide-panels" hides the findbar.
#esc = hide-panels

# "websearch" lets you send a text string to the search engine that you
# set in your dillorc.
#<ctrl>s = websearch

# go to your "bookmarks".
#<ctrl>b = bookmarks

# "fullscreen" hides/shows the panels at the top and bottom of a dillo window.
#<ctrl>space = fullscreen

# "file-menu" pops up the file menu.
#<alt>f = file-menu

# "goto" goes to the location bar at the top of the window.
#<ctrl>l = goto