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4.5 Article Keymap

Most of the keystrokes in the summary buffer can also be used in the article buffer. They should behave as if you typed them in the summary buffer, which means that you don't actually have to have a summary buffer displayed while reading. You can do it all from the article buffer.

The key v is reserved for users. You can bind it to some command or better use it as a prefix key.

A few additional keystrokes are available:

SPACE
Scroll forwards one page (gnus-article-next-page). This is exactly the same as h SPACE h.
DEL
Scroll backwards one page (gnus-article-prev-page). This is exactly the same as h DEL h.
C-c ^
If point is in the neighborhood of a Message-ID and you press C-c ^, Gnus will try to get that article from the server (gnus-article-refer-article).
C-c C-m
Send a reply to the address near point (gnus-article-mail). If given a prefix, include the mail.
s
Reconfigure the buffers so that the summary buffer becomes visible (gnus-article-show-summary).
?
Give a very brief description of the available keystrokes (gnus-article-describe-briefly).
TAB
Go to the next button, if any (gnus-article-next-button). This only makes sense if you have buttonizing turned on.
M-TAB
Go to the previous button, if any (gnus-article-prev-button).
R
Send a reply to the current article and yank the current article (gnus-article-reply-with-original). If the region is active, only yank the text in the region.
S W
Send a wide reply to the current article and yank the current article (gnus-article-wide-reply-with-original). If the region is active, only yank the text in the region.
F
Send a followup to the current article and yank the current article (gnus-article-followup-with-original). If the region is active, only yank the text in the region.