doc/astronaut.1.scd | 2 +-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/doc/astronaut.1.scd b/doc/astronaut.1.scd
index 579e29e..2c5d72d 100644
--- a/doc/astronaut.1.scd+++ b/doc/astronaut.1.scd
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ The following commands are supported:
If _top_ or _bottom_ is specified, moves to the top or bottom of the page
- If specified as a number, the page is moved by that number of columns. If+ If specified as a number, the page is moved by that number of lines. If specified as a percentage, the page is moved by that percentage of the
visible page height. Positive values scroll down and negative values scroll
A subjective patch. I found u and d unused, so:
- In vi/vim, ^U and ^D are used for full-page scrolling,
typically a nuisance, and already purposed by PGUP and PGDN.
I often `8^D^D^D...` or `8^U^U^U...`
(my middle finger reaches 8 the easiest).
- In browser plugins like vimium-C,
u and d are used for "fast scrolling",
which I personally use extensively.
Perhaps others are used to this too.
So I thought is would be sensible to make these defaults.