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border-top: preference variable
Default value: 0
If nonzero, Epsilon puts a border on the top edges of tiled windows
that touch the top edge of the screen. If nonzero, Epsilon puts a
border on the top edges of tiled windows that touch the top of the
screen (or the echo area, if it's at the top of the screen). If
Epsilon is set to display a mode line above each tiled window, it puts
a border there too, regardless of this variable's setting. If you've
run the toggle-borders command to suppress borders entirely, you
must run that command again to reenable the borders.
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