Tabs in Picture Picture
Picture mode defines commands for working on rectangular pieces of the text in ways that fit with the quarter-plane model. The standard rectangle commands may also be useful (see Rectangles).
Clear out the region-rectangle with spaces
|C-c C-w r||Similar but save rectangle contents in register r first
|C-c C-y||Copy last killed rectangle into the buffer by overwriting, with upper
left corner at point (|
|C-c C-x r||Similar, but use the rectangle in register r
The picture rectangle commands C-c C-k
picture-clear-rectangle) and C-c C-w
picture-clear-rectangle-to-register) differ from the standard
rectangle commands in that they normally clear the rectangle instead of
deleting it; this is analogous with the way C-d is changed in Picture
However, deletion of rectangles can be useful in Picture mode, so these commands delete the rectangle if given a numeric argument. C-c C-k either with or without a numeric argument saves the rectangle for C-c C-y.
The Picture mode commands for yanking rectangles differ from the
standard ones in overwriting instead of inserting. This is the same way
that Picture mode insertion of other text differs from other modes.
C-c C-y (
picture-yank-rectangle) inserts (by overwriting)
the rectangle that was most recently killed, while C-c C-x
picture-yank-rectangle-from-register) does likewise for the
rectangle found in a specified register.
Tabs in Picture