Q Quit MOST.
:N,:n Quit this file and view next.
(Use UP/DOWN arrow keys to select next file.)
SPACE, D *Scroll down one Screen.
U, DELETE *Scroll Up one screen.
RETURN, DOWN *Move Down one line.
UP *Move Up one line.
T Goto Top of File.
B Goto Bottom of file.
> , TAB Scroll Window right
< Scroll Window left
RIGHT Scroll Window left by 1 column
LEFT Scroll Window right by 1 column
J, G Goto line.
% Goto percent.
Ctrl-X 2, Ctrl-W 2 Split window.
Ctrl-X 1, Ctrl-W 1 Make only one window.
O, Ctrl-X O Move to other window.
Ctrl-X 0 Delete Window.
S, f, / *Search forward
? *Search Backward
N *Find next in current search direction.
W Toggle width between 80 and 132 char mode.
Ctrl-X Ctrl-F Read a file from disk
R, Ctrl-R Redraw Screen.
F Simulate tail -f mode
:o Toggle options: b-binary, w-wrap, t-tab
E Edit file. Uses MOST_EDITOR and EDITOR
*Note: This command may be repeated `n' times By entering a number then
the command key, e.g., '5 SPACE' moves 5 screens forward.
(Lifted directly from most 5.0.0's own in-program documentation, which is a more succinct and useful subset of its manpage, but also is a bit awkward to look at when using most, because ::wait for it:: IT ISN'T PAGED. In cheat, it is paged. Yay.)