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Re: Help : links webbrowser + emacspeak



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Use the eterm pointer --- and then move pointer to cursor --- 
there is some documentation (very old) in the info pages, if you get
comfortable with using eterm, perhaps you can write up the
documentation for inclusion in the info docs.
To find out what commands are available and where they are bound use
emacs' interactive help facilities.>>>>> "Nath" == Nath  <nath.ml@free.fr> writes:

    Nath> Hello, First thx for your advice !  after a lot of search I
    Nath> finally found the good keys to press to switch to term
    Nath> review mode. for those how are interested, to switch to term
    Nath> review mode you may press C-t r when you are inside term
    Nath> char mode. To return to the normal behaviour just press q
    Nath> But when trying that I noticed that the cursor didn't folow
    Nath> what I was reading as in term line mode and so I couldn't
    Nath> see on my braille display where I was in the text.  So, does
    Nath> it exist a way to use review mode but have the cursor
    Nath> following what we read ? another thing : when switching back
    Nath> to term char mode, how to do to have the cursor positionned
    Nath> on the last line we read just before quitting the review
    Nath> mode ?  And finally, where to find the best documentation
    Nath> regarding emacspeak-eterm ? I found the C-t r command only
    Nath> in the emacspeak-eterm.el file but perhaps I don't search in
    Nath> the right place to find more documentation ?  Thx in
    Nath> advance,


    Nath> "T. V. Raman" <tvraman@sbcglobal.net> writes:

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    >> follows this line-- to read by lines inside the terminal do not
    >> switch to line mode, instead use emacspeak eterm review mode
    >> >>>>> "Nath" == Nath <nath.ml@free.fr> writes:
    >> 
    Nath> Hello, i'm searching for a mean to be able to read text
    Nath> using up and down arrow keys in emacspeak + links
    Nath> webbrowser.  I launch links using the M-x emacspeak-links
    Nath> command and after when the webpage is displayed I discover
    Nath> that if I do a C-c C-j I switch to terminal line mode and
    Nath> after that can use the up and down arrows to read the text
    Nath> but after that I don't find a solution to switch to terminal
    Nath> caracter mode in order to be able to press the space bar to
    Nath> tell links to display the next things.  I tried the M-x
    Nath> term-char-mode but encounter a problem : the caracter are
    Nath> not displayed correctly and sometimes it brings me in a
    Nath> search window or something like that. so this method is a
    Nath> wrong one but I didn't find the good one browsing the emacs
    Nath> manual.  So if you have an idea please let me know !  Or
    Nath> perhaps the method I tried to use is not the right one,
    Nath> perhaps we might not switch to term line mode to obtain the
    Nath> research behaviour ?  I ask me a question : how is it
    Nath> possible using w3m with emacspeak to be able to read text
    Nath> using up and down arrows ? because when you launch w3m in a
    Nath> normal console the behaviour is not the same, the arrow keys
    Nath> permit only to skip link by link ...  thx in advance for all
    Nath> your advices,
    >>
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