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List of feature requests:
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Request by Raul <rdm@tad.micro.umn.edu> (taken from #4903):
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Info has a mechanism which will scan child pages before advancing to the
"next" page. Normally, you can select this by hitting "space" repeatedly
while viewing the documents. While I don't expect info2www to be quite
that convenient (space scrolls the document and navigates to the next
upon reaching the bottom of a document), it would be very nice to have
a navigation feature along these lines.

Perhaps it wouldn't be best to exactly duplicate the info feature, but
to construct a tree based on an analogous breadth-first traversal of
the info hierarchy, and to put this navigation reference at the bottom
of each document. [Call it something like "Logical Next".]