NOTE: Due to a lack of time to solve the issues of this project and the responsabilities derived from my recent paternity, I’m looking for someone to transfer the ownership of the project and who’s willing to keep working in it.
Centered Window Mode
Global minor mode that centers the text of the window. If another
window is visible the text goes back to normal if its width is less than
You may want to activate
visual-line-mode if your lines go out of reach.
centered-window-mode.el in your emacs load path.
Then, to make it available, add this to your configuration file:
Installation via el-get
If you use el-get, the emacs package manager, simply add
centered-window-mode to your packages list.
Installation via use-package
If you use use-package, simply add the following to your init file.
(use-package centered-window :ensure t)
M-x centered-window-mode in any buffer.
To make this permanent, add this to your emacs configuration file:
(require 'centered-window-mode) (centered-window-mode t)
Adding vertical padding to an Emacs window is kind of hard, I have tried a lot of different solutions but most of them add a lot of complexity and source of bugs to the mode. Currently there are the options
nil, set to
t if you want this feature) and
70) to add some padding to the frame, it’s far from ideal but I have found it at most acceptable for most of the use cases where I need this feature.
Once installed you can easily customize the mode use Emacs’
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