[buug] chatty lynx

Michael Paoli Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Sun Nov 6 16:28:26 PST 2016

I've been using 'Q' for years.
When I forget or accidentally type 'q',
lynx has this friendly dialog:
'Are you sure you want to quit? (y)'
Which is lynx-speak for "You really wanted to hit 'Q', didn't you?"

> From: "Rick Moen" <rick at linuxmafia.com>
> Subject: Re: [buug] chatty lynx
> Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2016 15:53:46 -0800

> Quoting Ian Zimmerman (itz at primate.net):
>> How can I stop lynx from asking if I'm sure I want to quit?
>   Leaving Lynx
>   To exit Lynx use the 'q' command. You will be asked whether you really
>   want to quit. Answering 'y' will exit and 'n' will return you to the
>   current document. Use 'Q' or CTRL-D to quit without verification.
> http://condor.cc.ku.edu/~grobe/docs/Lynx_users_guide.html
> Looks like you could set 'KEYMAP:q:ABORT' in /etc/lynx.cfg or ~/.lynxrc ,
> if you want the 'q' keybinding to map to 'exit without confirmation'.
> (Not tested.  Just looked it up.)
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