For a long time now I have known that the GNU Emacs chord
C-l centers the
current line on the window. This chord in bound to the elisp function
recenter-top-bottom, which I happen to have been reading the documentation for
today. I learned that if you use
C-l in quick succession, it will cycle the
placement of the current line at the center, the top, and the bottom of the
I didn't know this and it's a very handy trick that fits really well with the way I use Emacs.