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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference
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   Getting Started
      Windows Installation
      Unix Installation
      Mac OS X Installation
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      File Inventory
   General Concepts
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      Binding Commands
      Numeric Arguments
      Viewing Lists
      Completion & Defaults
      Command History
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   Commands by Topic
      Getting Help
      Moving Around
      Changing Text
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      Miscellaneous
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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > General Concepts >

Viewing Lists

Sometimes Epsilon needs to show you a list of information. For example, when it asks you for the name of a file to edit, you might request a list of possible files to edit (see the next section). In such cases, Epsilon will display the list of items in a pop-up window. While in a pop-up window, one line will stand out in a different color. If you press <Enter>, you select that item. To select another item, you can use normal Epsilon commands such as <Up> and <Down> to move to the next and previous items, or <PageDown> and <PageUp> to go to the next or previous windowful of items. You can even use Epsilon's searching commands to find the item you want. If you don't want any item on the list, you can simply type another response instead.

If you want to select one of the items and then edit it, press Alt-E. Epsilon will copy the highlighted line out of the list so can edit it.



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