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display-scroll-bar: system window-specific variable

Default value: 0

This variable controls whether the current window's right border contains a scroll bar. Set it to zero to turn off the scroll bar, or to any positive number to display the bar. If a window has no right border, or has room for fewer than two lines of text, Epsilon won't display a scroll bar. Although the EEL functions that come with Epsilon don't support clicking on a scroll bar on the left border of a window, Epsilon will display one if the variable is negative. Any positive value produces the usual right-border scroll bar. Run the toggle-scroll-bar command instead of setting this internal variable directly.

More info:

The Scroll Bar (Primitives)



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