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The browser also provides a simple bookmark facility, which can be used to mark positions of interest to be returned to later. Browser command mark-read-pointer (bound to m) prompts the user for a bookmark name and marks the current position. Command follow-bookmark (bound to f) takes a bookmark name and returns to the marked position. Bookmarks can be accessed in two ways: f renders the marked object without moving the current selection and C-u f resets the current selection to the marked position.

TV Raman
Thu Mar 9 20:10:41 EST 1995