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RE: emacs scrolls too fast when mouse-dragging selection

From: Bingham, Jay
Subject: RE: emacs scrolls too fast when mouse-dragging selection
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 14:48:02 -0600

On Saturday, February 14, 2004 12:43 PM Kai Grossjohann wrote:

> nospam55 <address@hidden> writes:
>> I click and drag down with the mouse on the window to extend
>> selection: when I reach the top margin of the window then the text
>> in the window scrolls upwards in order to make visible new text down
>> ; all of this is normal behavior, of course; the problem is that
>> right after the first lines , the scrolling becomes suddenly too
>> fast to control, and I "crash" quickly on the end of file, almost
>> always far too down for the amount of text I wanted to select.
> Does it help to frob the variable mouse-scroll-delay?
> Does it help to frob scroll-conservatively?  (My understanding is you
> need to give it a high value, but I'm not sure.)

I too have noticed this fast scrolling and been annoyed by it, so I
tried Kai suggestions and found that they have no effect on the fast
While trying them I believe that I may have found a bug.  When I placed
the cursor at the start of a word before dragging commenced scrolling
proceeded at a reasonable rate (and with the mouse-scroll-delay set to
0.5 rather than 0.25 scrolling was noticeably slower), but when I placed
the cursor in the middle of a word scrolling took off like it is going
to a fire (regardless of the value in mouse-scroll-delay).  This occurs
in the following modes: text mode, awk mode and shell script mode.

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