# $EPIC: window_scroll_start.txt,v 1.3 2006/08/20 18:32:13 sthalik Exp $
This operation moves the scrollback view to the top of the scrollback buffer (the oldest output).
When the scrollback view is active (after you use scroll_start), new output to your window is buffered (held) without bounds, so you will never lose any output. But it will use more memory.
You may want to read the window help file discussion about views.
This operation first appeared in EPIC4-1.1.11