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# Lynx User Defaults File
# This file contains options saved from the Lynx Options Screen (normally
# with the '>' key). There is normally no need to edit this file manually,
# since the defaults here can be controlled from the Options Screen, and the
# next time options are saved from the Options Screen this file will be
# completely rewritten. You have been warned...
# If you are looking for the general configuration file - it is normally
# called lynx.cfg, and it has different content and a different format.
# It is not this file.
# accept_all_cookies allows the user to tell Lynx to automatically
# accept all cookies if desired. The default is "FALSE" which will
# prompt for each cookie. Set accept_all_cookies to "TRUE" to accept
# all cookies.
accept_all_cookies=off
# anonftp_password allows the user to tell Lynx to use the personal
# email address as the password for anonymous ftp. If no value is given,
# Lynx will use the personal email address. Set anonftp_password
# to a different value if you choose.
anonftp_password=
# bookmark_file specifies the name and location of the default bookmark
# file into which the user can paste links for easy access at a later
# date.
bookmark_file=lynx_bookmarks.html
# If case_sensitive_searching is "on" then when the user invokes a search
# using the 's' or '/' keys, the search performed will be case sensitive
# instead of case INsensitive. The default is usually "off".
case_sensitive_searching=off
# The character_set definition controls the representation of 8 bit
# characters for your terminal. If 8 bit characters do not show up
# correctly on your screen you may try changing to a different 8 bit
# set or using the 7 bit character approximations.
# Current valid characters sets are:
# Western (ISO-8859-1)
# 7 bit approximations (US-ASCII)
# Western (ISO-8859-15)
# Western (cp850)
# Western (windows-1252)
# IBM PC US codepage (cp437)
# DEC Multinational
# Macintosh (8 bit)
# NeXT character set
# HP Roman8
# Chinese
# Japanese (EUC-JP)
# Japanese (Shift_JIS)
# Korean
# Taipei (Big5)
# Vietnamese (VISCII)
# Transparent
# Eastern European (ISO-8859-2)
# Eastern European (cp852)
# Eastern European (windows-1250)
# Latin 3 (ISO-8859-3)
# Latin 4 (ISO-8859-4)
# Baltic Rim (ISO-8859-13)
# Baltic Rim (cp775)
# Baltic Rim (windows-1257)
# Cyrillic (ISO-8859-5)
# Cyrillic (cp866)
# Cyrillic (windows-1251)
# Cyrillic (KOI8-R)
# Arabic (ISO-8859-6)
# Arabic (cp864)
# Arabic (windows-1256)
# Celtic (ISO-8859-14)
# Greek (ISO-8859-7)
# Greek (cp737)
# Greek2 (cp869)
# Greek (windows-1253)
# Hebrew (ISO-8859-8)
# Hebrew (cp862)
# Hebrew (windows-1255)
# Turkish (ISO-8859-9)
# Turkish (cp857)
# North European (ISO-8859-10)
# UNICODE (UTF-8)
# RFC 1345 w/o Intro
# RFC 1345 Mnemonic
# Ukrainian Cyrillic (cp866u)
# Ukrainian Cyrillic (KOI8-U)
# Cyrillic-Asian (PT154)
character_set=UNICODE (UTF-8)
# cookie_accept_domains and cookie_reject_domains are comma-delimited
# lists of domains from which Lynx should automatically accept or reject
# all cookies. If a domain is specified in both options, rejection will
# take precedence. The accept_all_cookies parameter will override any
# settings made here.
cookie_accept_domains=freebsd.org,daemonforums.org,forums.freebsd.org
# cookie_file specifies the file from which to read persistent cookies.
# The default is ~/.lynx_cookies.
cookie_file=
# cookie_loose_invalid_domains, cookie_strict_invalid_domains, and
# cookie_query_invalid_domains are comma-delimited lists of which domains
# should be subjected to varying degrees of validity checking. If a
# domain is set to strict checking, strict conformance to RFC2109 will
# be applied. A domain with loose checking will be allowed to set cookies
# with an invalid path or domain attribute. All domains will default to
# querying the user for an invalid path or domain.
cookie_loose_invalid_domains=
cookie_query_invalid_domains=
cookie_reject_domains=
cookie_strict_invalid_domains=
# dir_list_order specifies the directory list order under DIRED_SUPPORT
# (if implemented). The default is "ORDER_BY_NAME"
dir_list_order=ORDER_BY_NAME
# dir_list_styles specifies the directory list style under DIRED_SUPPORT
# (if implemented). The default is "MIXED_STYLE", which sorts both
# files and directories together. "FILES_FIRST" lists files first and
# "DIRECTORIES_FIRST" lists directories first.
dir_list_style=MIXED_STYLE
# If emacs_keys is to "on" then the normal EMACS movement keys:
# ^N = down ^P = up
# ^B = left ^F = right
# will be enabled.
emacs_keys=off
# file_editor specifies the editor to be invoked when editing local files
# or sending mail. If no editor is specified, then file editing is disabled
# unless it is activated from the command line, and the built-in line editor
# will be used for sending mail.
file_editor=vim
# The file_sorting_method specifies which value to sort on when viewing
# file lists such as FTP directories. The options are:
# BY_FILENAME -- sorts on the name of the file
# BY_TYPE -- sorts on the type of the file
# BY_SIZE -- sorts on the size of the file
# BY_DATE -- sorts on the date of the file
file_sorting_method=BY_DATE
# If keypad_mode is set to "NUMBERS_AS_ARROWS", then the numbers on
# your keypad when the numlock is on will act as arrow keys:
# 8 = Up Arrow
# 4 = Left Arrow 6 = Right Arrow
# 2 = Down Arrow
# and the corresponding keyboard numbers will act as arrow keys,
# regardless of whether numlock is on.
# If keypad_mode is set to "LINKS_ARE_NUMBERED", then numbers will
# appear next to each link and numbers are used to select links.
# If keypad_mode is set to "LINKS_AND_FORM_FIELDS_ARE_NUMBERED", then
# numbers will appear next to each link and visible form input field.
# Numbers are used to select links, or to move the "current link" to a
# form input field or button. In addition, options in popup menus are
# indexed so that the user may type an option number to select an option in
# a popup menu, even if the option isn't visible on the screen. Reference
# lists and output from the list command also enumerate form inputs.
# NOTE: Some fixed format documents may look disfigured when
# "LINKS_ARE_NUMBERED" or "LINKS_AND_FORM_FIELDS_ARE_NUMBERED" are
# enabled.
keypad_mode=LINKS_ARE_NOT_NUMBERED
# lineedit_mode specifies the key binding used for inputting strings in
# prompts and forms. If lineedit_mode is set to "Default Binding" then
# the following control characters are used for moving and deleting:
# Prev Next Enter = Accept input
# Move char: <- -> ^G = Cancel input
# Move word: ^P ^N ^U = Erase line
# Delete char: ^H ^R ^A = Beginning of line
# Delete word: ^B ^F ^E = End of line
# Current lineedit modes are:
# Default Binding
# Alternate Bindings
# Bash-like Bindings
lineedit_mode=Default Binding
# The following allow you to define sub-bookmark files and descriptions.
# The format is multi_bookmark<capital_letter>=<filename>,<description>
# Up to 26 bookmark files (for the English capital letters) are allowed.
# We start with "multi_bookmarkB" since 'A' is the default (see above).
multi_bookmarkB=
multi_bookmarkC=
multi_bookmarkD=
multi_bookmarkE=
multi_bookmarkF=
multi_bookmarkG=
multi_bookmarkH=
multi_bookmarkI=
multi_bookmarkJ=
multi_bookmarkK=
multi_bookmarkL=
multi_bookmarkM=
multi_bookmarkN=
multi_bookmarkO=
multi_bookmarkP=
multi_bookmarkQ=
multi_bookmarkR=
multi_bookmarkS=
multi_bookmarkT=
multi_bookmarkU=
multi_bookmarkV=
multi_bookmarkW=
multi_bookmarkX=
multi_bookmarkY=
multi_bookmarkZ=
# personal_mail_address specifies your personal mail address. The
# address will be sent during HTTP file transfers for authorization and
# logging purposes, and for mailed comments.
# If you do not want this information given out, set the NO_FROM_HEADER
# to TRUE in lynx.cfg, or use the -nofrom command line switch. You also
# could leave this field blank, but then you won't have it included in
# your mailed comments.
personal_mail_address=
# preferred_charset specifies the character set in MIME notation (e.g.,
# ISO-8859-2, ISO-8859-5) which Lynx will indicate you prefer in requests
# to http servers using an Accept-Charset header. The value should NOT
# include ISO-8859-1 or US-ASCII, since those values are always assumed
# by default. May be a comma-separated list.
# If a file in that character set is available, the server will send it.
# If no Accept-Charset header is present, the default is that any
# character set is acceptable. If an Accept-Charset header is present,
# and if the server cannot send a response which is acceptable
# according to the Accept-Charset header, then the server SHOULD send
# an error response, though the sending of an unacceptable response
# is also allowed.
preferred_charset=UTF-8
# preferred_language specifies the language in MIME notation (e.g., en,
# fr, may be a comma-separated list in decreasing preference)
# which Lynx will indicate you prefer in requests to http servers.
# If a file in that language is available, the server will send it.
# Otherwise, the server will send the file in its default language.
preferred_language=en,lv,ru
# select_popups specifies whether the OPTIONs in a SELECT block which
# lacks a MULTIPLE attribute are presented as a vertical list of radio
# buttons or via a popup menu. Note that if the MULTIPLE attribute is
# present in the SELECT start tag, Lynx always will create a vertical list
# of checkboxes for the OPTIONs. A value of "on" will set popup menus
# as the default while a value of "off" will set use of radio boxes.
# The default can be overridden via the -popup command line toggle.
select_popups=on
# show_color specifies how to set the color mode at startup. A value of
# "never" will force color mode off (treat the terminal as monochrome)
# at startup even if the terminal appears to be color capable. A value of
# "always" will force color mode on even if the terminal appears to be
# monochrome, if this is supported by the library used to build lynx.
# A value of "default" will yield the behavior of assuming
# a monochrome terminal unless color capability is inferred at startup
# based on the terminal type, or the -color command line switch is used, or
# the COLORTERM environment variable is set. The default behavior always is
# used in anonymous accounts or if the "option_save" restriction is set.
# The effect of the saved value can be overridden via
# the -color and -nocolor command line switches.
# The mode set at startup can be changed via the "show color" option in
# the 'o'ptions menu. If the option settings are saved, the "on" and
# "off" "show color" settings will be treated as "default".
show_color=default
# show_cursor specifies whether to 'hide' the cursor to the right (and
# bottom, if possible) of the screen, or to place it to the left of the
# current link in documents, or current option in select popup windows.
# Positioning the cursor to the left of the current link or option is
# helpful for speech or braille interfaces, and when the terminal is
# one which does not distinguish the current link based on highlighting
# or color. A value of "on" will set positioning to the left as the
# default while a value of "off" will set 'hiding' of the cursor.
# The default can be overridden via the -show_cursor command line toggle.
show_cursor=off
# show_dotfiles specifies that the directory listing should include
# "hidden" (dot) files/directories. If set "on", this will be
# honored only if enabled via userdefs.h and/or lynx.cfg, and not
# restricted via a command line switch. If display of hidden files
# is disabled, creation of such files via Lynx also is disabled.
show_dotfiles=off
# If sub_bookmarks is not turned "off", and multiple bookmarks have
# been defined (see below), then all bookmark operations will first
# prompt the user to select an active sub-bookmark file. If the default
# Lynx bookmark_file is defined (see above), it will be used as the
# default selection. When this option is set to "advanced", and the
# user mode is advanced, the 'v'iew bookmark command will invoke a
# statusline prompt instead of the menu seen in novice and intermediate
# user modes. When this option is set to "standard", the menu will be
# presented regardless of user mode.
sub_bookmarks=OFF
# user_mode specifies the users level of knowledge with Lynx. The
# default is "NOVICE" which displays two extra lines of help at the
# bottom of the screen to aid the user in learning the basic Lynx
# commands. Set user_mode to "INTERMEDIATE" to turn off the extra info.
# Use "ADVANCED" to see the URL of the currently selected link at the
# bottom of the screen.
user_mode=NOVICE
# If verbose_images is "on", lynx will print the name of the image
# source file in place of [INLINE], [LINK] or [IMAGE]
# See also VERBOSE_IMAGES in lynx.cfg
verbose_images=on
# If vi_keys is set to "on", then the normal VI movement keys:
# j = down k = up
# h = left l = right
# will be enabled. These keys are only lower case.
# Capital 'H', 'J' and 'K will still activate help, jump shortcuts,
# and the keymap display, respectively.
vi_keys=off
# The visited_links setting controls how Lynx organizes the information
# in the Visited Links Page.
visited_links=LAST_REVERSED