You can move through a Para mode file using the regular Emacs commands if you widen the buffer with the `C-x w' (widen) command. Also, you can move from one to the next or previous node in strict sequence, regardless of the next or previous node's hierarchical level, by typing `C-u C-c C-p C-n' or `C-u C-c C-p C-p' (`para-next' or `para-prev' with a prefix argument) or by using the `C-c C-p C-[' and `C-c C-p C-]' commands. Otherwise, the movement commands work as they do in Info.
Here is a list of the Para mode movement commands:
C-c C-p C-q para-quit switches you to Texinfo mode. * Move:
C-c C-p C-n para-next go to the next or previous node; C-c C-p C-p para-prev with prefix arg, go to next node in strict sequence
C-c C-p C-[ para-goto-previous-node-in-sequence C-c C-p C-] para-goto-next-node-in-sequence go to next or previous node in strict sequence
C-c C-p C-u para-up go to the up node C-c C-p C-l para-last go to the last node you visited
C-c C-p C-b para-beginning go to the beginning of the file C-c C-p C-< para-top-node go to the top node C-c C-p C-> para-final go to the end of the file
C-c C-p C-g para-goto-node go to the named node
C-c C-p C-f para-follow follow a cross reference, even to another file
* Goto menu items:
C-c C-p C-m para-menu select a menu item (commands with the same keybinding work in the special buffers listing nodes)
C-c C-p 1 para-menu-1 go to the node of the first menu item, etc. C-c C-p 2 para-menu-2 C-c C-p 3 para-menu-3 C-c C-p 4 para-menu-4 C-c C-p 5 para-menu-5
* Make directories--rather like tables of contents:
C-c C-p d para-list-directory display the first menu from the file in a special buffer. Use `m' or `C-c C-p C-m' in buffer to go to menu item.
C-c C-p l para-list-visited-nodes display the most recently visited nodes in a special buffer use `m' or `C-c C-p C-m' in buffer to go to menu item.
C-c C-p C-s para-search regular expression search through file from point
* Don't forget:
C-g keyboard-quit the standard Emacs key to cancel a command or escape a problem