|Subject:||Re: [h-e-w] page-up, page-down helper mode?|
|Date:||Mon, 16 Apr 2007 11:41:37 -0400|
I had a catastrophic machine crash and am trying to rebuild my .el files.
One I can't seem to locate was a little function that somehow
calculated or remembered where your cursor was on a page, so no matter
where you were, you could ctrl-v, m-v as much as you wanted, and the
cursor would always land on the same place on a given page.*
Does anyone know what this is called and/or where to find it?
* The effect I'm trying to avoid can easily be demonstrated by opening
an existing file longer than a screen/page long, going to the top of
the file, Ctrl-v, then M-v. The cursor is on the last line of the
screen, not the first line where it started.
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