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19 Apr 2010 ... Narrowing. In Emacs terms, narrowing the buffer means that you restrict yourself
from accessing anything but a certain part of the current buffer.
4 Jul 2011 ... Narrowing shows only part of the buffer – a contiguous block of text, hiding the
rest. The part showing can be specified by the region, a `defun, ...
Narrowing always narrows to the current region, which can be anywhere and
have any size up to the buffer size. But command 'widen' ( 'C-x n w' ) always ...
6 Mar 2009 ... AnythingScreenshotNarrowingCandidates. Cette page contient un fichier
téléversé : AnythingScreenshotNarrowingCandidates ...
18 Apr 2010 ... Each time you hit `x' a different narrowing is made ;; current. This gives you an
easy way to browse your past ;; narrowings. ;; ;; Invoking `C-x n x' ...
24 Feb 2013 ... In this case \\sw matches a word character. Now all we need is to narrow the
buffer (see Narrowing) to the region, put point at the beginning of ...
17 Sep 2009 ... C-x n w, Turn off page narrowing ... To split the current page in two, one can
manually insert two page breaks with 'C-q C-l' and narrowing in ...
12 Apr 2013 ... Anyone with insights into the workings of font-lock-mode and indirect buffers/
narrowing? The indirect buffer shares its text with the original ...
22 Mar 2013 ... Use of rectangles is somewhat akin to operating on a narrowed portion of the
buffer where the narrowing is from column number A → B instead ...
23 May 2011 ... The domain of discourse remains the same – in particular, there is no way to
widen the domain of discourse like narrowing narrows it. You use ...