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XEmacs: how to change fill-column on the fly

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

XEmacs uses fill-column to break lines at a width defined by the user, either automatically as you type, or whenever you hit M-q, depending on whether auto-fill-mode is set to 1 or to −1. For me, the default is set to 70 in ~/.xemacs/init.el by this line:(setq default-fill-column 70). If you want to change fill-column temporarily for […]