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Re: Split frame?

From: Vols
Subject: Re: Split frame?
Date: 13 Mar 2007 14:37:54 -0700
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On Mar 13, 1:33 pm, Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> wrote:
> Am 13.03.2007 um 20:01 schrieb Vols:
> > I have 3 file in one frame, say file1.c, file2.c and file3.c
> > I use 'C-x 3' to split the frame vertically. The problem is these two
> > frames are identical. When I open a 'file4.c' in left frame, it
> > appears in right frame too.
> > How to make these two frames independent? Thanks
> This does not happen to me - but I am not using four C files! (Not
> regularly.)
I installed a plugin "tabbar.el" so that each file has a tab at the
top of the window. (looks like the tab in firefox).
Usually I need to work with more than 10 ".c" or ".h" files at the
same time. I used 'C-x C-f' to open files. After I used 'C-x 3' to
split to two windows, the tabs in each window are identical. If I kill
one buffer in left window, this buffer is also killed in right window.
This is my problem.


> Can you reproduce this behaviour when you launch GNU Emacs with -Q,
> i.e. no local customisation at all? And: how do you open each of
> these four files?
> --
> Greetings
>    Pete
> $ sumascii BILL GATES
>    B   I   L   L   G   A   T   E   S
>   66+ 73+ 76+ 76+ 71+ 65+ 84+ 69+ 83 = 663
>   and add 3 because he's Bill Gates the third.

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