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wrap-dired-live-link: preference variable

Default value: 1

When you press lowercase L in a dired buffer to create a live link window, Epsilon normally sets its window to wrap long lines. This is useful because displaying files with extremely long lines (such as binary files) can be slow when the window is set to horizontally scroll, producing a delay before Epsilon responds to keystrokes.

But you can set this variable to 0 to have Epsilon horizontally scroll long lines in such windows instead of wrapping them. Set it to 2 to maintain the current window's setting for wrapping versus horizontally scrolling, or 1 to force wrapping (the default).

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