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Fixed

If setting "scroll_past_end" is true, allow for minimap to scroll past end as well

n00ge 7 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 5
I believe Jon mentioned this was coming at some point, but if the setting for "scroll_past_end" is true, you should be able to pull the mini-map past the end until the last line is at the top of the screen as well.

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Fixed
Added in 2165
Why? The minimap is to see all code.
Try this. Use your scrollbar or ctrl+down and scroll so that the top of your editor shows the last line of code from the document (doesn't even have to be that far). Then, slightly nudge the mini-map and it'll jump.
I think it just needs to be adjusted to ignore the scroll_past_end view, i.e it wraps only the visible code.
The mini-map should always represent what is shown on screen. In Sublime Text v1, if the user had "scroll_past_end" disabled, it did as you say (stays at the bottom). However, if it is enabled, it should let you scroll just as far as you can with the scrollbar (as it also did in v1).
I see! Makes sense.

P.S check out (http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1572#p7171) about comments.
Answer
Fixed
Added in 2165