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Whenever I'm doing some coding in Notepad++ i need to add some lines at the bottom so if i scroll down, the code doesn't stop at the bottom at the window. The problem is that I sometimes forget to take out the lines :/.

I need to know if there's some kind of plugin or feature that I may have missed that adds some vertical space at the bottom without being actual lines.

Or I have it all wrong and i should just resize the window?

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Is having a little whitespace really that bad? (Unless you're coding in whitespace, of course, then your program's screwed) –  Phoshi Oct 15 '09 at 18:16
    
What's wrong with the extra few empty lines? –  hasenj Nov 7 '09 at 8:36
    
they don't show up nicely in version control and while doing compares :D –  Prozaker Dec 23 '09 at 20:17
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up vote 10 down vote accepted

Scroll past end of file plugin has been updated.

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OMG OMG OMG YES, IT WORKS tyvm sir, how did you find it? lol –  Prozaker Dec 23 '09 at 20:13
    
Unfortunately this plugin has not been updated for Npp 5.9 –  Joel Mueller Jun 3 '11 at 19:58
    
This plugin causes infinite hangs in newer versions of Notepad++, apparently due to a conflict between it and the 'clickable links' feature. Disabling clickable links (in the MISC. options) lets the plugin work properly. –  Cameron Mar 26 at 14:25
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What about setting up a macro in Notepad++ ?

Maybe you can record : Ctrl+end, enter, enter, enter, enter etc

Either that or create a batch/shell script that appends blank lines to your file(s)?

Hope this helps

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yeah maybe i can try some autohotkey macro that does it. ty –  Prozaker Oct 23 '09 at 22:39
    
@Prozaker Using AHK, you can send some commands directly to the Scintilla component used by NP++. It has an extended (and a bit complex) set of settings for scroll policy that probably allows to do that without changing the text at all. –  PhiLho Dec 21 '12 at 11:43
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