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commit 062f00ebe9e38a29d76ad0f7ed7218e70752da51
parent f42724caf3b374df0fa4eb170b3527cd20814eed
Author: Drew DeVault <sir@cmpwn.com>
Date:   Wed, 22 May 2019 12:36:09 -0400

Minor improvements to aerc-tutorial

Diffstat:
Mdoc/aerc-tutorial.7.scd | 11++++-------
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/aerc-tutorial.7.scd b/doc/aerc-tutorial.7.scd @@ -14,11 +14,8 @@ First, let's introduce some basic keybindings. For convention, we'll use *<C-p>* to represent Ctrl+p, which matches the convention used for writing keybindings for aerc. -*C-n* - Cycles to the next tab - -*C-p* - Cycles to the previous tab +*<C-p>*, *<C-n>* + Cycles to the previous or next tab Try using these now to switch between your message list and the tutorial. In your message list, we use vim-style keys to get around. @@ -83,8 +80,8 @@ will). Let's send an email to yourself. Note that the To and From headers only accept RFC 5322 addresses, e.g. *John Doe <john@example.org>*, or simply -*<john@example.org>*. Go ahead and fill out an email (to yourself, perhaps?), -then close the editor. +*<john@example.org>*. Separate multiple recipients with commas. Go ahead and +fill out an email (to yourself, perhaps?), then close the editor. The message review screen is shown next. You have a chance now to revise the email before it's sent. Press *y* to send the email if it looks good.