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3.4 Scrolling the Article

Pressing <SPC> will scroll the current article forward one page, or, if you have come to the end of the current article, will choose the next article (gnus-summary-next-page).

If gnus-article-skip-boring is non-nil and the rest of the article consists only of citations and signature, then it will be skipped; the next article will be shown instead. You can customize what is considered uninteresting with gnus-article-boring-faces. You can manually view the article's pages, no matter how boring, using C-M-v.

Scroll the current article back one page (gnus-summary-prev-page).
Scroll the current article one line forward (gnus-summary-scroll-up).
Scroll the current article one line backward (gnus-summary-scroll-down).
A g
(Re)fetch the current article (gnus-summary-show-article). If given a prefix, show a completely “raw” article, just the way it came from the server. If given a prefix twice (i.e., C-u C-u g'), fetch the current article, but don't run any of the article treatment functions.

If given a numerical prefix, you can do semi-manual charset stuff. C-u 0 g cn-gb-2312 <RET> will decode the message as if it were encoded in the cn-gb-2312 charset. If you have

          (setq gnus-summary-show-article-charset-alist
                '((1 . cn-gb-2312)
                  (2 . big5)))

then you can say C-u 1 g to get the same effect.

A <
Scroll to the beginning of the article (gnus-summary-beginning-of-article).
A >
Scroll to the end of the article (gnus-summary-end-of-article).
A s
Perform an isearch in the article buffer (gnus-summary-isearch-article).
Select the article buffer (gnus-summary-select-article-buffer).