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ScrollingOptions

ScrollingOptions->{opt1->val1, opt2->val2, ...}
is an option for notebooks that specifies settings for scrolling.

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  • The following suboptions can be specified:
  • "HorizontalScrollRange"Fitmaximum horizontal scrolling distance
    "PagewiseScrolling"Falsetoggles notebook scrolling to one page when the scrollbar is clicked
    "SpeedParameters"{2., 0.1, 1., 0.4}scrolling speed during click-and-drag selection operations
    "VerticalScrollRange"Automaticmaximum vertical scrolling distance
  • With the setting "HorizontalScrollRange"->Automatic, the horizontal scroll range is proportional to the window width.
  • If "HorizontalScrollRange"->Fit or is used, the horizontal scroll range is set to the exact width of the window.
  • You can also specify in printer's points, where 72 points equal one inch.
  • The default setting is "HorizontalScrollRange"->Automatic on Windows, "HorizontalScrollRange"->Fit on Macintosh, and usually on Unix.
  • With the setting "PagewiseDisplay"->True, only a single page is displayed on the screen at a time. If there is any additional space in the notebook window, it is left blank. The scrollbar scrolls within the displayed page. The PgUp and PgDn keys can be used to move between pages.
  • The value of is a list of four parameters. The first parameter sets the maximum scrolling speed in number of pages per second. The second parameter controls how the scrolling speed responds to the distance that the mouse pointer has been dragged outside the window. The third parameter controls how quickly the scrolling speed approaches the maximum speed. The fourth parameter sets the maximum time in seconds for which scrolling can be interrupted when waiting for cells to be rendered.
  • With the default setting "VerticalScrollRange"->Automatic, the vertical scroll range is proportional to the window height.
  • If "VerticalScrollRange"->Fit or , the vertical scroll range is set to the exact height of the notebook.
  • You can also specify in printer's points, where 72 points equal one inch.
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