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Thu, 16 May 2002 14:36:59 -0700
I am very dissappointed if they can't be disabled. While I am getting use to
really just waste space for me and don't contain any worthwhile information
we practice the rule of "Never more than 80 columns of text" in our source code.
Heck, I don't even use scroll bars so I have turned them off completely since it
allows me to do it. I'd like the same for fringes too :-)
I'll have a look in the archives.
"Bingham, Jay" wrote:
> In Emacs 21.1 and later fringes are narrow bands on both edges of the frame
> in which are displayed line wrapping information (there may be other
> information displayed there but I do not know what it would be, I am not a
> developer of emacs) in the form of curved arrows. From what has been said in
> this list previously they cannot be disabled. You may want to check the list
> archives for more specific details.