"Other functions are hidden in right-click menus, whose items
vary depending on what you click on. Right-click on a link or
graphic and you can bookmark or copy it; right-click on a page and
you can view its source or open a find dialog that resembles
Firefox's. If you want a history of your browsing, right-click the
back or forward buttons. You can also access these functions
through a complete set of key commands. About the only feature that
is actually visible is the list of bookmarks.
"Configuration options do not appear in the Dillo window at all.
Instead, if you want to set such features as fonts, the default
background color, the default download directory, or the start
page, you must edit /etc/dillorc. Should you want to change the
configuration for a single account, you can copy /etc/dillorc to
the ./dillo folder in your home directory, change the permissions,
and edit the copy."
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