$trunc-scheme - Truncation color scheme.
$trunc-scheme schemeNum; Default is 0
$trunc-scheme sets the color scheme used when drawing a line truncation indicator. The left truncation character (usually a '$' char) drawn at the start of the line indicates that the line has been scrolled to the right and therefore the start of the line has been truncated. A right truncation char (also usually a '$') drawn at the end of the line indicates the remainder of the line is too long to fit onto the width of the window so the end has been truncated and the indicator drawn.
The schemeNum selected must be a color scheme defined with add-color-scheme(2), which identifies the foreground and background color schemes. A hilight scheme can define its own truncation color scheme, see hilight(2) for more information.
The truncation characters used are set by the $window-chars(5) variable.
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