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brief-drop-bookmark

Remember this location.  Brief: Alt-0 ... Alt-9

This command remembers the current buffer and position, so that you can easily return to it later with brief-jump-to-bookmark. Normally, the command looks at the key you pressed to invoke it, to determine which of the ten Brief bookmarks to set. For example, if you press Alt-3 to invoke it, it sets bookmark 3. If you press Alt-0 to invoke it, it sets bookmark 10. When you invoke the command by pressing some other key, it prompts for the bookmark to set.

Brief bookmarks 1-10 are really synonyms for Epsilon bookmarks A-M. You can use Epsilon commands like list-bookmarks to see all the bookmarks and select one.



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