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tutorial: teach C-x C-f before teaching g

C-x C-f is the universal way to browse to an url.  g is just a shortcut
within content buffers, so we now teach C-x C-f first in the tutorial.
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<h3>Basic Navigation</h3>
<p>
- To have Conkeror prompt you for an URL and navigate there, type
- <code class="key">g</code>. The mnemonic is "go". A similar command,
- <code class="key">find-alternate-url</code>, is called with the sequence
- <code class="key">C-x C-v</code>. When find-alternate-url prompts you for an
- url, the prompt will be pre-filled with the url of the current
- buffer, so you can edit it.
+ To browse to an URL in a new content buffer, type <code class="key">C-x
+ C-f</code>. This key sequence works from anywhere in Conkeror.
+ Additionally, if you are already in a content buffer (as opposed to a
+ buffer showing download progress or help), you can navigate the current
+ buffer to a new url with the <code class="key">g</code> (find-url) key.
+ The mnemonic is "go". The key sequence <code class="key">C-x C-v</code>
+ (find-alternate-url) is also available in content buffers. It is
+ identical to <code class="key">g</code> except that the prompt will be
+ pre-filled with the current URL for you to edit.
</p>
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