Setting Mark in Pico/Nano
astrope at tabbweb.com
Sun Feb 20 18:00:03 EST 2005
Doh, thanks Janina! Using just ctrl works in both pico and nano.
I thought that I had to use the ctrl-shift-6 to get the ^., but this isn't
the case as you pointed out.
On Sun, 20 Feb 2005, Janina Sajka wrote:
> Use Ctrl instead of Shift.
> Also, you might want to investigate using nano rather than pico.
> Basically, it's the same application but with a few lovely enhancements,
> like search and replace.
> Trevor Astrope writes:
>> I'm new to speakup, so please excuse me if this is a faq.
>> Is it possible to set the mark command ^^ or ctrl-shift-6 in pico or nano
>> using speakup? Nothing happens when I try.
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