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*NIX manual provides a clean and friendly interface for performing look-ups on commonly (and, more importantly, not so commonly) used commands.
*NIX manual provides a clean and friendly interface for performing look-ups on commonly (and, more importantly, not so commonly) used commands. It stores preferences for font and a fully-customizable set of colors and also includes 9 attractive pre-made color sets. Pages are neatly-formatted and highlighted based upon your color preferences.
*NIX manual performs man page lookups either locally or remotely through freeBSD.org, with several search options to make finding what you need even easier.
With a wide number of search options including section, keyword, subsearch, and nearly full support for command line flags, everything you need to be productive while coding is now in your dashboard. Who thought coding could look this good?
Here are some key features of "*NIX Manual":
Choose from three fixed width fonts and size preferences
Customize colors for headings, keywords, links, and commands
Select any of nine premade colorsets
Search man pages locally or remotely
Always know what command you're viewing
Maintains recent search history
Available keyword search option
Hyperlinked command references, both local and remote
Full keyboard access - for the true geek in you
Minimize the manual with option+spacebar or by clicking the tab
Built in check for version updates.
Improved local search performance
New preference for defaulting to other search locale on failure
Virtual hyperlinks perform a search on any double-clicked word
Added /subsearch support for highlighting keywords within pages
Local searches now support most standard terminal flags
Improved keyboard support
Added a help page to the manual (search 'help')
Minor bug fixes.
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