Markus Triska <markus.triska@xxxxxx> writes:
> With p.ps from:
> when I do:
> $ emacs -Q p.ps
> and press:
> C-c C-c C-x 2
> and then press C-M-v repeatedly, the other window eventually wraps
> around instead of stopping at the image border like C-v does.
That's because `scroll-other-window' calls scroll-up/down in the other
window, but if the other window contains an doc-view buffer it should
ideally call image-scroll-up/down.
The only good solution I see is to define buffer local variables
`scroll-up-function' and `scroll-down-function' which are used by
`scroll-up' and `scroll-down' and then binding them appropriate in each
Anyway, that's not really related to doc-view. All non-text modes are
pertained here. Comments?