On Wed, 23 Dec 2015 13:25:42 -0800 (PST)
Lou Elston <louelston...@gmail.com> wrote:

> You get to the point where you try so any different things (when
> things are new to you), that you are no longer aware of what you
> originally had.  Less appears to be the 
> default...http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3923596/git-windows-command-prompt-gets-stuck-during-git-commands-with-end.
>   
> I could get to the 'END' but kept getting back to the ':'.  For the
> time being I want with the core.pager = cat.  This way the cntrl\c
> works again.

It sounds like you don't hear me.
Did you ever try hitting 'q' while in less?

I mean, setting core.pager to "cat" works but that's utterly
counter-productive because shells usually suck at helping you search
through what they displayed.  IOW, less is there for a reason and
learning to use 'q' for quitting it is not such a big deal in my eyes.

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