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cursor-to-column: window-specific variable

Default value: -1

The window-specific cursor-to-column variable lets you position the cursor in a part of a window where there are no characters. It's normally -1, and the cursor stays on the character after point. If it's non-negative in the current window, Epsilon puts the cursor at the specified column in the window instead. Epsilon resets cursor-to-column to -1 whenever the buffer changes, or point moves from where it was when you last set cursor-to-column. (Epsilon only checks these conditions when it redisplays the window, so you can safely move point temporarily.)

More info:

Character Widths and Columns (Primitives)



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