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Re: dedicated frames - not quite special-display

From: FRC
Subject: Re: dedicated frames - not quite special-display
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 20:06:49 +0200

I like the idea too.
Windows that could not be modified would be nice too eg. to keep a one
fourth screen dedicated to eshell, which could not be buried/resized except
by some special cmd.
Maybe this one already exists ?

"Michael Slass" <address@hidden> a écrit dans le message de news:
> "Joe Casadonte" <address@hidden> writes:
> >I'm looking for something like the special-display function, but with
> >a twist.  I would like to dedicate a frame to a *list* of buffers
> >(preferably defined with a regexp), such that the frame can only
> >display those buffers.  An example would be a gnus-only frame, where
> >it could display all gnus buffers within it (and bbdb and ispell), but
> >not be able to switch to a java file.
> >
> >Does such a creature exist?  Thanks!
> >
> What a great idea!  I wonder if you could develop a framework based on
> advising switch-to-buffer?  Before jumping in to this, I'd wait to see
> if the gurus know of an easier way.
> --
> Mike Slass

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