In Jaguar, if I typed 'man <whatever>' it would just spit out the text of the man page, one line of text being one line in the terminal buffer. Then after I'd gone through the whole page, it was still there in the buffer and I could scroll back to it if I wanted, so I could even have 2 or more man pages in the same window. Now in Panther, it handles them differently. It only puts one screen's worth up at a time and the only way to scroll is with arrow keys inside the terminal program. When done, it clears everything and goes back to the original prompt. How can I bring the old behavior back? Initially I thought it might be because of the change to bash but I tried changing to tsch and it did the same thing. Now I figure it must have something to do with the display programs but I can't even figure out what to mess with. When reading the man pages, the process name at the top of the terminal window starts out as 'grotty' and then changes to 'less.' I've tried a few things with both programs but nothing's made any difference so far. Please help, it's just a little thing but it has been irking me quite a lot lately.