From: fossdd <firstname.lastname@example.org> Pressing PageUp or PageDown with the default keybindings, it showed the manual of how `prev` and `next` works. Looks like there is not a `-s` implementation which was used previosly used by PageUp/PageDown. --- config/binds.conf | 4 ++-- 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) diff --git a/config/binds.conf b/config/binds.conf index abfd77e..7ee4d74 100644 --- a/config/binds.conf +++ b/config/binds.conf @@ -12,13 +12,13 @@ j = :next<Enter> <Down> = :next<Enter> <C-d> = :next 50%<Enter> <C-f> = :next 100%<Enter> -<PgDn> = :next -s 100%<Enter> +<PgDn> = :next 100%<Enter> k = :prev<Enter> <Up> = :prev<Enter> <C-u> = :prev 50%<Enter> <C-b> = :prev 100%<Enter> -<PgUp> = :prev -s 100%<Enter> +<PgUp> = :prev 100%<Enter> g = :select 0<Enter> G = :select -1<Enter> -- 2.32.0
I don't think it's useful to have the same effect bound to two keys. I get that changing the default behaviour might confuse a part of the userbase, but I'd personally opt for removing the Page Up/Down bindings from the default keybindings. If someone needs them, they can just re-add them. I feel like most users will probably go through their config at least once.
Why would you remove them. Page Up/Down are keys in configures in nearly all applications and is imo easier as <C-b>. BTW: There also other duplicated binds like the next field on composing: <C-j> and <tab>. Removing here the tab also is weird for many users ig.
> Why would you remove them. Page Up/Down are keys in configures in nearly > all applications and is imo easier as <C-b>. Duplicated keybinds tend to cause confusion (at least they cause frequent calls to the support department where I work). I agree that PgUp/Down is probably more user-friendly than C-b and it's ultimately up to the user > BTW: There also other duplicated binds like the next field on composing: > <C-j> and <tab>. Removing here the tab also is weird for many users ig. Just on another note: removing any keybinding here does not affect your user experience, because the binds.conf is in your userdir. I am also for removing this duplicate, but this is not part of this patch. I am also not of the opinion that my opinion is the be-all and end-all, so feel free to reason with me here :D