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Aug 24, 2013 ... Narrowing shows only part of the buffer – a contiguous block of text, hiding the
rest. The part showing can be specified by the region, a `defun, ...
Apr 19, 2010 ... In Emacs terms, narrowing the buffer means that you restrict yourself from
accessing anything but a certain part of the current buffer. The rest of ...
Sep 8, 2015 ... Narrowing always narrows to the current region, which can be anywhere and
have any size up to the buffer size. But command 'widen' ( 'C-x n ...
Mar 6, 2009 ... AnythingScreenshotNarrowingCandidates · Talk. Cette page contient un fichier
téléversé : AnythingScreenshotNarrowingCandidates ...
Oct 10, 2015 ... If you use library Icicles then you can use commands 'icicle-select-zone' , to
select a zone as the region, and 'icicle-buffer-narrowing' , to ...
May 11, 2014 ... Anyone with insights into the workings of font-lock-mode and indirect buffers/
narrowing? – Anonymous. The indirect buffer shares its text with ...
Oct 7, 2014 ... The domain of discourse remains the same – in particular, there is no way to
widen the domain of discourse like narrowing narrows it. You use ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... To split the current page in two, one can manually insert two page breaks with '
C-q C-l' and narrowing in again on the new page with 'C-x n p' .
However all have unpleasant interaction with narrowing and widening in LaTeX.
Is there ... And while I'm at it, any way of not narrowing every time I enter a fold?
... enhancments to ;; the scripting narrowing ;; Charles Curley for the commentary
of tempo.el behaviour ;; Samir Barjoud for giving me the luser cap when I didn't ...