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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference
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      Major New Features in Epsilon 13
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         Display Enhancements in Epsilon 13
         Running Other Programs in Epsilon 13
         Formatting Improvements in Epsilon 13
         Other Enhanced Commands in Epsilon 13
         Configuring and Running Improvements in Epsilon 13
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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 13
         Improvements to File-Handling Functions in Epsilon 13
         Display-related Enhancements in Epsilon 13
         More Options for Running Programs in Epsilon 13
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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Changes from Older Versions > Major New Features in Epsilon 13 >

Formatting Improvements in Epsilon 13

  • The new prefix-fill-paragraph command replaces fill-indented-paragraph on the Alt-Shift-Q key (though the latter command is still available by name). It provides smarter paragraph filling when lines in the paragraph share a common prefix (not simply when they share common indentation, as with fill-indented-paragraph). Both commands fill all paragraphs within a highlighted region.

  • New commands help with filling paragraphs from emails that use > or # to indicate quoting. The mail-fill-paragraph command on Ctrl-C Alt-Q fills such paragraphs, and Ctrl-C > (the mail-quote-region) and Ctrl-C < mail-unquote remove it.

  • The new delete-region command deletes a region without saving it in a kill ring, and the new delete-options variable alters the behavior of commands that delete single characters. The delete-hacking-tabs variable has many new options.

  • The kill-rectangle command now uses a numeric prefix argument to toggle the sense of the kill-rectangle-removes variable (which controls whether it deletes the columns of the rectangle or just fills them with spaces). (13.07)

  • The indent-under command now takes a numeric argument to indicate which run of non-spaces to align under, and if a region is highlighted, indents the whole region according to its usual rules. (13.10)

  • The indent-to-tab-stop command was added. It provides another alternative command to bind to Tab for users who don't want smart indenting. (13.10)



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