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Re: Conditional partial-width-window line truncation

From: Davis Herring
Subject: Re: Conditional partial-width-window line truncation
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 16:46:00 -0600 (MDT)

> > Might I suggest a new variable `truncate-maximum-window-width' which would 
> > specify an upper limit on the width of windows which should be 
> > automatically truncated when they are not a full frame wide?  The obvious 
> > default value would be 79, although perhaps as low as 69 would be useful.
> How about using `truncate-partial-width-windows' for that also -- if it's an
> integer, use that as the maximum window-width for which to turn on
> truncation.

That sounds fine to me, although then the documentation for
`truncate-lines' would then also need to be changed (at least to read "may
be overridden").


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