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This page is about displaying line numbers in a buffer, or otherwise indicating
line numbers, without actually changing the buffer content. If you just want to work
This is a move-line function (by Joe Smith) that was discussed on the gnu-help
mailing list back in 2008. This function allows the current line to be transposed up
Jul 1, 2015 ... Display of some standard information in the mode line is governed by these
minor modes (each toggle on and off): 'display-time-mode' ...
Feb 9, 2013 ... According to the NEWS file, Visual Line mode provides support for editing by
visual lines. It turns on word-wrapping in the current buffer, and ...
Jul 1, 2014 ... By default, when a line extends past the width of the window, Emacs wraps it,
either displaying a backslash (`\') in the buffer or placing a bent ...
Mar 31, 1999 ... line-num.el --- Display line numbers in left-margin of buffer. ;; ;; Filename: line-
num.el ;; Description: Display line numbers in left-margin of ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Command 'goto-long-line' goes to the next line that is at least LEN characters
long. Use a prefix arg to provide LEN . Plain 'C-u' (no number) ...
Jun 29, 2014 ... mode-line-hack.el is a ModeLineConfiguration by JaeyounChung will let you
hide the ModeLine whenever there is only one Window displayed ...
Sep 7, 2012 ... The header line is a fixed line displayed at the top of an Emacs window. This
feature is new in GnuEmacs 21 (and is not in XEmacs).
See PhysicalLineMove for a minor-mode that changes line movement commands
(C-n, C-p, C-a, C-e) to take into account wrapped lines; useful if you don't want ...