On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 11:48:30PM +0200, David Kastrup wrote:
> > I really think the right solution here is to teach less to make it more
> > obvious that there is something worth scrolling over to. Here's a very
> > rough patch for less, if you want to see what I'm thinking of.
> Still useless. I'm not actually interested in a more prominent "I could
> be useful" indicator.
So don't set -S, then.
There are two questions here:
1. Can less do a better job of indicating what's in the input when -S
is in effect?
2. What should get put into $LESS by default?
I was specifically addressing (1). Your comment does not help at all
It could have an impact on (2), but you didn't say anything besides "I
don't like it". That doesn't add anything to the conversation.
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