To install this package, run in Emacs:
M-x package-install RET topspace RET
TopSpace lets you display a buffer's first line in the center of a window instead of just at the top. This is done by automatically drawing an upper margin/padding above line 1 as you recenter and scroll it down. See https://github.com/trevorpogue/topspace for a GIF demo & documentation. Features: - Easier on the eyes: Recenter or scroll down top text to a more comfortable eye level for reading, especially when in full-screen or on a large monitor. - Easy to use: No new keybindings are required, keep using all your previous scrolling & recentering commands, except now you can also scroll down the first line. It also integrates seamlessly with `centered-cursor-mode' to keep the cursor centered all the way to the first line.
topspace-heightfunction for use by external packages #15 (trevorpogue)
smooth-scrollingpackage #14 (trevorpogue)
* #2: Make
recenter-top-bottom act correctly when it moves point to bottom and top space is added to get there
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