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Re: initial frame


From: tcp
Subject: Re: initial frame
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 16:38:31 GMT

He Le,

 This did not work. The frame with the "*scratch*" buffer still up.
 And it did not more it to the end-of-the-buffer.

 I actually want a command line option type to move the cursor
 to the end of the buffer. Not for every opened file.

 Thanks!

---
tcp

"Le Wang" <lewang(at@)yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:address@hidden
> tcp wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> >   I always open file in a separate frame. The first file I opened always
> > popup two frames.
> >   One with my file in it and the other is just the *scratch*  buffer
frame.
> >
> >   Is there a way to avoid the *scratch buffer frame from popping up?
> >   My next question is what is the option at the "gnuclient" to open a
file
> > and move
> >   the cursor to the end of the buffer?
>
> This is pretty useless behaviour, don't you think?  There are packages out
> there (session comes to mind) that will save your positions in files you
> visit and restore the point on the next open.
>
> In any case, add this to your .emacs to solve both your problems:
>
> (setq gnuserv-frame t)
> (add-hook 'gnuserv-visit-hook '(lambda ()
>                                  (setq gnuserv-frame nil)
>                                  (end-of-buffer)))
>
>
> HTH.
>
> --
> Le
>




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