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The minibuffer is a special buffer for entering commands or input arguments to
commands. It appears either in a separate, standalone frame or at the bottom of ...
When you have multiple frames, there is no advantage (that I can see) for each
frame to have its own MiniBuffer. In fact, it can sometimes be confusing, in terms ...
Aug 14, 2013 ... This ;; feature is enabled by loading this file and setting the ;; `minibuffer-
complete-cycle' option to t with `M-x customize-variable' ;; or `M-x ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... In Emacs 20 we used resize-minibuffer-mode, but in Emacs 21 this is the default.
The size of the EchoArea (not the MiniBuffer) is controlled by ...
Text you enter in the minibuffer (commands, input arguments) is typically added
to a minibuffer history, also called input history. Different contexts use different ...
Description. Short messages to the user appear commonly in the echo area. This
area is shared with the minibuffer. The space occupied by the minibuffer for ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Sometimes, when the minibuffer is active, you might want to move the cursor and
focus from the minibuffer back to the original buffer from which ...
Completion can mean different things in Emacs. In particular, it refers to
completing input in the minibuffer and completing text in a buffer other than the ...
Library mb-depth.el provides an indicator in the minibuffer of the current
minibuffer depth. That is, when recursive minibuffers are used, you can see what
May 23, 2011 ... Traversing Minibuffer Histories. Perhaps you are already used to accessing past
inputs with vanilla Emacs using the 'down' and 'up' arrow keys ...