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Nov 13, 2012 ... A page break, or form feed character (ASCII ^L , which is decimal 12, octal 14,
and hex c) causes many printers to break documents into pages, ...
This page describes Emacs commands for navigating among pages of text.
Pages of text are pages only when then are printed. Within Emacs, you can think
planner-notes-index-page.el ... To index a page in the page: ;; set your planner-
plan-page-template some thing like this: ;; (setq planner-plan-page-template ...
Apr 2, 2016 ... It comes with it's own manual (a single page on the GitHub wiki). Lisp:asciidoc.el
is a set of templates which eases the creation of AsciiDoc ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Tthe ExtendedPageHandling library, page-ext.el library, has shipped with Emacs
for many years and can do many of the same things that the ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... You can read man pages using M-x man (if you have man installed) or using M-x
woman (if you don't). See manual page for basic information, ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Page mode is a minor mode by BartMassey that shows only a page at a time of a
file in the buffer by using Narrowing on PageBreaks. The goal ...
Mar 10, 2015 ... I would like to bind my page up and page down keys to move the point a window-
height number of lines rather than scrolling the window (of ...
Jun 7, 2014 ... By default Emacs scrolls nearly full screenfuls with scroll-up and scroll-down . I
personally would like it to scroll half a page at a time, but ...
Dec 29, 2015 ... Set mark: 'C-SPC' , ` C-@ ', 'M-x set-mark-command'; Select entire buffer: 'C-x h';
Select page: 'C-x C-p'; Exchange TextCursor position (Point) ...