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41.10 Page-At-A-Time Output

Term mode has a page-at-a-time feature. When enabled it makes output pause at the end of each screenful.

C-c C-q
Toggle the page-at-a-time feature. This command works in both line and char modes. When page-at-a-time is enabled, the mode-line displays the word ‘page’.

With page-at-a-time enabled, whenever Term receives more than a screenful of output since your last input, it pauses, displaying ‘**MORE**’ in the mode-line. Type <SPC> to display the next screenful of output. Type ? to see your other options. The interface is similar to the more program.


 
 
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