+++ Other Commands +++

       a      -	Places the link that you are currently positioned
		on in your personal bookmark file.

       c      -	Allows you to send a mail message to the owner
		or maintainer of the data that you are currently
		viewing.  In the case that no owner is known,
		you cannot send a comment.

       d      -	Downloads the file pointed to by the current link
		and displays an option menu allowing the file to
		be saved or transfered by configurable options.

       g      -	Allows you to enter any URL or filename that
		you wish to view.
     ? or H   -	Hypertext help to explain how to navigate in
		Lynx and use its features.

       i      -	Shows an index of files or subjects.  This is 
		configurable by the System administrator, or 
		within documents that you may be viewing.

       j      -	Allows you to enter a "short" name to execute a 
		jump command configured by your system administrator.
		Press "?" and ENTER to see a list of defined
		jump commands.
       k      -	Shows a list of key mappings.  Keys remapped in
		"lynx.cfg" show up in this list.

       m      -	Returns to the first screen and empties the 
		history stack.

       p      -	Brings up a list of print commands.

       o      -	Brings up a list of setable options.

       q      -	Quits Lynx. ('Q' quits without asking)

       /      -	Search for a string of characters in the current
		document case insensitive or case sensitive 
		depending on the options set. (see options).

       s      -	Search through an external searchable indexed document.

       n      -	Move to the next instance of a search string if you 
		have searched previously.

       v      -	Views your current Bookmark file.

       z      -	Abort a network transfer in progress.  If any partial
		data has been transfered it will be displayed.

  <backspace> - displays the history page.

       =      -	Show information about the file and link that you 
		are currently viewing.

       \      -	Toggles between viewing the HTML source of a
		document and the rendered version of the document.

       !      -	Spawns your default operating system shell.

     CTRL-R   -	Reloads the current document and resets
		the display.

     CTRL-W   -	Resets or cleans up the display.

     CTRL-U   -	Clears text from an input field or prompt.

     CTRL-G   -	Cancels any input prompt, mail message or data