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bug#32060: Horizontal Scrolling (Current Line): Wrong line gets h-scroll
bug#32060: Horizontal Scrolling (Current Line): Wrong line gets h-scrolled.
Thu, 26 Nov 2020 14:23:48 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50 (gnu/linux)
Keith David Bershatsky <email@example.com> writes:
> Step 4: Place the cursor at the very end of the buffer; i.e., at the very
> end of the last long line of text. Make sure that it gets horizontally
> Step 5: Press the arrow key up one (1) time.
> Step 6: Press M-Left one (1) time. The cursor should now be on the second
> to the last line in the buffer, at the beginning of the word "lobortis."
> Step 7: Now press the arrow keys up or down and watch as the wrong line gets
> horizontally scrolled. The line that was last visited before moving up/down
> is the line that gets horizontally scrolled instead of the current line.
(This bug report unfortunately got no response at the time.)
I was able to reproduce this in Emacs 26, but in Emacs 28 it behaves
slightly different -- it's still wrong, but not quite in the same way.
That is, it only begins scrolling lines (the wrong lines) after moving a
bit a bit more.
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