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Or is it vertically split windows? (Was: Truncate long lines...)


From: Steven M. Scotten
Subject: Or is it vertically split windows? (Was: Truncate long lines...)
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 23:08:06 GMT
User-agent: Microsoft-Entourage/10.1.4.030702.0

OK, more information here: this only happens when I have the window split
vertically. For the moment I can work around this by opening a second frame,
but is this correct behavior or should I report this as a bug? I haven't
seen any mention that truncate-long-lines should be forced on when the
window is split vertically.


Steve

On 5/5/05 3:38 PM, in article address@hidden, "Steven M.
Scotten" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm coming across strange behavior in 22.0.50.1 (powerpc-apple-darwin7.8.0)
> on OS X 10.3.9. I'm used to "Truncate Long Lines" being disabled in my
> emacses (what is the plural of emacs, anyhow? Nevermind) but no matter how
> many times I enter M-x toggle-truncate-lines I still have the little arrows
> pointing east and west, NOT the little curly arrow I'm used to. Of course,
> no curly arrow means I also don't see the rest of my code that I'd rather
> have in front of me than somewhere else on the screen.
> 
> The Messages buffer shows
> 
> Truncate long lines enabled
> Truncate long lines disabled
> Truncate long lines enabled
> Truncate long lines disabled
> 
> As I expect that it should, but the behavior itself is not changing.
> 
> Is this a known problem? Googling yields a ton of instructions of how to
> enter M-x toggle-truncate-lines but I haven't seen any other reports of
> people having this problem.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> 
> Steve
> 



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