Scroll margins at the top and bottom of the window are now supported.
(The design was copied from tpu-extras.el.) By default, this
feature is enabled with the top margin set to 10% of the window and the
bottom margin set to 15% of the window. To change these settings, you
can invoke the function
edt-set-scroll-margins in your
.emacs file. For example, the following line
(edt-set-scroll-margins "20%" "25%")
sets the top margin to 20% of the window and the bottom margin
to 25% of the window. To disable this feature, set each margin to 0%.
You can also invoke
edt-set-scroll-margins interactively while
EDT Emulation is active to change the settings for that session.
Please note: Another way to set the scroll margins is to use
the Emacs customization feature to set the following two variables
Enter the Emacs
customize command. First select the
‘Editing’ group and then select the ‘Emulations’ group.
Finally, select the ‘Edt’ group and follow the directions.