When I open a file with less on the command line, I'd like the page scrolling commands like d, u to scroll the next page into view over a few frames of animation instead of an abrupt jump. I find it's ...
Is there any way to perform the effect of using the scroll bar in Terminal.app using a shell command? Maybe something cross-platform, that works in Linux terminal emulators too?
I'm lazy and I could write a script to do this, but I'm even too lazy to think of how to do it. I often do things like : cris$ python runexperiment.py > output.txt cris$ cat output.txt ...
I would like scrolling up to be equivalent to c-y c-y c-y, and scrolling down to be equivalent to c-e c-e c-e. The documentation here seems to suggest that this should already be the case, or I can ...
In a command prompt, how do I scroll up through the results using only the keyboard? In Linux, I think I could use Shift + Page-Up. Is there an equivalent in XP's command line?
I typically use tcsh or bash and often want to use 'man' to review a command's options. Currently when I quit man or ctrl-C, the man text disappears and I see the scrollback buffer that was there ...