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Re: current line to top or bottom of window

From: Fernando Dobladez
Subject: Re: current line to top or bottom of window
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 11:15:19 -0500
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This default keybindings do the job:

   'C-0 C-l'  and 'C-- C-l'

or maybe, what you wanted is:

   'M-0 M-r'  and 'M-- M-r'


Bruce Korb wrote:


Once upon a time, I used to be able to move the line with point
to the top or bottom of the window by clicking the scroll area
with the left (top) or right (bottom) button.  The new version
of emacs won't let me do that.  I've wandered around the docs
quite a bit and haven't found any way to do it, short of learning
emacs-lisp and writing my own macro.  That seems a little over
the top.  :-(  Does *anyone* have macros for this, either as
a keyboard macro or a mouse click?  Thank you.  I will *sure*
appreciate it!!

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