Wow. I _thought_ I had information overload until I started browsing around those documents with man[ager].... _Now_ I have information overload. So the four choices (bash, BSD, OS X, Misc), what's the significance of dividing them like that? Are those four separate "volumes" of information, that pertain specifically to different components of the overall OS X operating system and its underlying unix structure? I'm unix-ignorant... I guess the question is, "What am I looking at?" Nice tool, Ken. I like this on-the-fly PDF generation stuff, gets me thinking. Now I'm going to try Steve VV's ManSearch. --Steve On 10/16/04 7:31 AM, "Ken Shmidheiser" <kshmidheiser@...> wrote: > I have written this little utility-- man[ager] -- > to allows easy reference of man pages outside the > Terminal environment. It also is capable of > generating PDF files of most man pages onto your > Desktop where you can print or store them for > easy reference.