Click the heading to find all pages related to display stuff. Note that colors and Faces belong in CategoryFaces.
General tools for manipulating and adjusting the display
- DoReMi – command
‘doremi’: use it to define other commands that let you use the arrow keys and/or mouse wheel to make incremental changes to things or cycle through a ring of things.
- DefineFaceConstant – a macro,
‘define-face-const’, for defining faces and constant variables (via
‘defconst’) having the faces as values, given the face foreground and/or background names (strings).
Some pages relating to the display
Managing Frames within Emacs
- OneOnOneEmacs – making Emacs more Frame-oriented, less Emacs window-oriented
- Library Lisp:doremi-frm.el – use the arrow keys and/or mouse wheel to make incremental changes to frame properties and cycle through a ring of frame configurations (undo). See DoReMi.
- FisheyeWithThumbs – thumbnail frames give a fisheye view of your frames and provide an alternative to iconifying
- Frame Commands – Maximize/restore (vertically, horizontally, both); tile; iconify; move or resize incrementally; manage frame configurations; copy/paste parameters (attributes); show/hide;…
- Maximize – Maximize frames vertically and or horizontally.
- WindowsAndFrames – do several tasks with one Emacs
- FrameConfiguration – save, restore and switch Frame configurations (see also SessionManagement)
- BumpWindowUp – control the position of XEmacs frames on NT Windows
Display Line Wrap
Modifying the DisplayTable
- PageBreaks – change page breaks from a ^L to a horizontal line
- unicode-disp.el – unicode chars as ascii fallbacks if not displayable
Saving screen real-estate
(Add pages specific to certain displays such as MSDOS, tty, etc.)
And for tons of screenshots