Until now, I have a humble config file for Nyxt:
;; keybindings: small Emacs experience in CUA (default binding of Nyxt) (define-configuration buffer ((override-map (let ((map (make-keymap "override-map"))) (define-key map "M-x" 'execute-command "C-n" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-down "C-p" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-up "C-f" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-right "C-b" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-left "M-s->" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-to-bottom "M-s-<" 'nyxt/web-mode:scroll-to-top "C-s" 'nyxt/web-mode:search-buffer)))))
In general, it works for me. There is one point annoying me, though.
I would like to use
C-p to go up and down on the prompt buffer as I choose an option. Currently, I can only do that using the arrow keys up and down.
I am craving for the UX that you have in Emacs when using the Helm package. There, you can use both arrow keys or
Is it possible to configure the prompt buffer navigation keys? [I guess so]
How can I do it?
Thanks in advance.