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Re: Image scroll issue

From: Chris Moore
Subject: Re: Image scroll issue
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2007 14:41:04 +0100
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address@hidden (Kim F. Storm) writes:

> Chris Moore <address@hidden> writes:
>> If I visit a .jpg file and hit C-v a few times, I scroll down the
>> image, but when I get to the bottom, it wraps back to the top again.
>> M-< and M-> don't do anything.  
>>                                 The scrollbar doesn't update to show
>> my position through the image.  Dragging the scrollbar's handle down
>> doesn't scroll the image, 

These 3 together may each be minor, but together they make it very
hard for me to get any feel for when I am in an image.  end-of-buffer
doesn't do anything, incrementally paging down loops forever, and
there's no feedback about my current position in the image.  For
images with repeating patterns, it's very easy to get lost.

Also, I was wrong when I said that the scrollbar doesn't update - it does
sometimes update, but that seems to be random.  Hold down C-v and let
it auto-repeat for a while, and depending (in some way) on the image
you're viewing, the scrollbar will move down a little.  When it
reaches the bottom, C-v fails with an 'end of buffer' error.

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