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Jan 11, 2011 ... In Emacs-speak, a window is a frame pane, that is, a subframe. What is usually
called a “window” outside of Emacs is called a frame in Emacs.
Jan 22, 2015 ... Click on the heading to find all pages related to window management in Emacs.
Emacs Windows - Basics. Window – what a window is in ...
Jan 24, 2014 ... window-number.el --- Select windows by numbers. ;; Filename: window-number.
el ;; Description: Select windows by numbers. ;; Author: Johann ...
One may desire to keep certain windows (such as the window that contains
certain ERC channel buffer) visible within the same frame. One may also desire
Apr 8, 2014 ... In order to shrink a window, you can enlarge an other window or you can use a
negative prefix argument (eg. C-u -1 C-x ^ behaves exactly like ...
Jul 24, 2011 ... A window configuration is the layout of the various windows in an Emacs frame.
Such a window configuration can be stored in a register (see ...
The top window goes to the left or vice-versa. I was motivated by ediff-toggle-split
and helped by TransposeWindows. There may well be better ways to write this.
May 9, 2014 ... When activated, it allows you to “undo” (and “redo”) changes in the window
configuration with the key commands 'C-c left' and 'C-c right' ...
Mar 21, 2009 ... How to jump between windows. Lisp:window-number.el. Just drop that into your
load-path and place the following into your .emacs: (require ...
Nov 7, 2014 ... (interactive "p") (let ((selector (if (>= arg 0) 'next-window 'previous-window))) (
while (/= arg 0) (let ((this-win (window-buffer)) (next-win ...