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I've recently discovered the pager "most". most can make the manpages colorful and I like it. I want to change some of its bound keys and from the manpage of most I found out it's possible to do that. But I don't think the manpage (link) has described precisely. In the CONFIGURATION FILE SYNTAX section of the manpage, function-name is mentioned but how do I know all the function names?

Here is a picture of the manpage of most

I raised this question in stackoverflow first and was told that it's a better choice to post the question here. Any help will be appreciated!.


Update: OS:ubuntu 16.04

the way I install most: apt-get

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  • How did you install most? What Unix/Linux are you using? at least in Debian based systems, the most package appears to place some example configuration files in /usr/share/doc/most/ - in particular, the file /usr/share/doc/most/most-fun.txt lists the functions that may be used in custom keymaps – steeldriver Oct 9 '17 at 11:08
  • sorry for not listing the relevant information. You comments helps! And I know how to configure the keys at will. Thanks @steeldriver – Charles Oct 10 '17 at 0:16
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Answering from the comments:

in Debian based systems, the most package appears to place some example configuration files in /usr/share/doc/most/ - in particular, the file /usr/share/doc/most/most-fun.txt lists the functions that may be used in custom keymaps.

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