Chris Mair wrote:
> > > > BTW, \u seems not to have any mnemonic value whatsoever ... isn't there
> > > > some other name we could use?
> > > 
> > > True :)
> > > Since buffer commands all have a single char I wanted a single char one
> > > too. The "c" for "cursor" was taken already, so i choose the "u" (second
> > > char in "cursor"). If somebody has a better suggestion, let us know ;)
> > 
> > I think a new backslash variable isn't the way to go.  I would use a
> > \pset variable to control what is happening.
> IMHO with \pset I'd have different places where I'd need to figure
> out whether to do the cursor thing and I was a bit reluctant to add
> stuff to existing code paths. Also the other \pset options are somewhat
> orthogonal to this one. Just my two EUR cents, of course... :)

Well, let's see what others say, but \pset seems _much_ more natural for
this type of thing to me.

  Bruce Momjian   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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