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Re: How do you scroll the screen without moving the cursor ? (the C-E an


From: Livin Stephen
Subject: Re: How do you scroll the screen without moving the cursor ? (the C-E and C-Y keys in vi)
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2008 22:46:51 -0700 (PDT)
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On Oct 3, 3:11 am, "David Lam" <address@hidden> wrote:
>...
> i saw this...http://www.wlindley.com/gnu/vi and in the first two rows
> theres no listed equivalent
> ...


David,
 C-v is how you scroll one-page-at-a-time, so with numerical arguments
( "C-u 1" [ or "Cu -1" ] ),
here is how I would do it:

C-u 1 C-v for "up", and
C-u -1 C-v for "down" .

I don't know *any* lisp,
 so if I found myself wanting to do this a lot,
 I would probably create a macro and setup a key-binding.





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