w3m is a free software/open source text-based web browser. It has support for tables, frames, SSL connections, color and inline images on suitable terminals. Generally, it renders pages in a form as true to their original layout as possible.

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How to get colours on man pages with w3m as a PAGER?

Is it possible, and if so how, to have colour/bold/italic characters in man pages while using w3m? Another pager (most) does have some limited colour support but is not as versatile as w3m. I know ...
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w3m displays inline images in konsole, but not yakuake

I've tested this on two different systems (with TERM set to xterm-256color) and got the same result. Nothing in the config files seems relevant. Is there a major difference in these terminal ...
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Is it possible to bind '2M' to a single key in w3m?

Pressing M in w3m launches the 1st external browser, 2M the second. While it is easy to bind the built-in command EXTERN to another key, is it possible to bind the second to another key?
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Yanking URLs in w3m

I have been using w3m for a couple of weeks and am convinced that it is my preferred text browser - with one exception. Is there any way to yank URLs to the clipboard without using the mouse? I have ...
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Is there a back-“button” in w3m?

Does w3m offer a keyboard shortcut to go back one page? I couldn't find anything in the man pages.