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GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual

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28. Windows

This chapter describes most of the functions and variables related to Emacs windows. See 38. Emacs Display, for information on how text is displayed in windows.

28.1 Basic Concepts of Emacs Windows  Basic information on using windows.
28.2 Splitting Windows  Splitting one window into two windows.
28.3 Deleting Windows  Deleting a window gives its space to other windows.
28.4 Selecting Windows  The selected window is the one that you edit in.
28.5 Cyclic Ordering of Windows  Moving around the existing windows.
28.6 Buffers and Windows  Each window displays the contents of a buffer.
28.7 Displaying Buffers in Windows  Higher-lever functions for displaying a buffer and choosing a window for it.
28.8 Choosing a Window for Display  How to choose a window for displaying a buffer.
28.9 Windows and Point  Each window has its own location of point.
28.10 The Window Start Position  The display-start position controls which text is on-screen in the window.
28.11 Textual Scrolling  Moving text up and down through the window.
28.12 Vertical Fractional Scrolling  Moving the contents up and down on the window.
28.13 Horizontal Scrolling  Moving the contents sideways on the window.
28.14 The Size of a Window  Accessing the size of a window.
28.15 Changing the Size of a Window  Changing the size of a window.
28.16 Coordinates and Windows  Converting coordinates to windows.
28.17 Window Configurations  Saving and restoring the state of the screen.
28.18 Hooks for Window Scrolling and Changes  Hooks for scrolling, window size changes, redisplay going past a certain point, or window configuration changes.


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