Commit 6cb2ca70 authored by Martin Rudalics's avatar Martin Rudalics
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(Split Window): Add reference to Continuation Lines.

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@vindex truncate-partial-width-windows
When a window occupies less than the full width of the frame, it may
become too narrow for most of the text lines in its buffer. If most
of its lines are continued, the buffer may become difficult to read.
Therefore, Emacs automatically truncates lines if the window width
becomes narrower than 50 columns. This truncation occurs regardless
of the value of the variable @code{truncate-lines} (@pxref{Line
Truncation}); it is instead controlled by the variable
@code{truncate-partial-width-windows}. If the value of
@code{truncate-partial-width-windows} is a positive integer (the
default is 50), that specifies the minimum width for a partial-width
window before automatic line truncation occurs; if the value is
@code{nil}, automatic line truncation is disabled; and for any other
non-@code{nil} value, Emacs truncates lines in every partial-width
become too narrow for most of the text lines in its buffer. If most of
its lines are continued (@pxref{Continuation Lines}), the buffer may
become difficult to read. Therefore, Emacs automatically truncates
lines if the window width becomes narrower than 50 columns. This
truncation occurs regardless of the value of the variable
@code{truncate-lines} (@pxref{Line Truncation}); it is instead
controlled by the variable @code{truncate-partial-width-windows}. If
the value of @code{truncate-partial-width-windows} is a positive integer
(the default is 50), that specifies the minimum width for a
partial-width window before automatic line truncation occurs; if the
value is @code{nil}, automatic line truncation is disabled; and for any
other non-@code{nil} value, Emacs truncates lines in every partial-width
window regardless of its width.
Horizontal scrolling is often used in side-by-side windows.
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