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Re: [RP] argh. split-screen help.

From: Jonathan Walther
Subject: Re: [RP] argh. split-screen help.
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 10:35:24 -0700 (PDT)


Sounds groovy ^_^  Now is there a way to
:bind "
such that it will let you type screen
name foo then ":popframeconf foo"?
I'd like C-" to have the same semantics
and usage as C-'



On 11 Apr 2001, Ryan Yeske wrote:

> Jonathan Walther <address@hidden> writes:
> > So I have split my screens with C-t S.  How do I go back to having a window
> > take up the full screen again?  How do I split the screen horizontally?  I'd
> > like to be able to "undo" both a horizontal and vertical split, each 
> > separately.
> C-tS == hsplit
> C-t^S == vsplit
> C-tR == remove  (remove the current frame)
> C-tQ == only    (make this the only frame)
> > It would be nice if there was a concept of a "set of frames"... so, for 
> > instance,
> > on one "Screen" I get the windows all split and such; then I move between 
> > such
> > "Screen"s, so windows configured a certain way could stay that way.  So, for
> > instance, the gimp could be one configuration, my xterm with little logger
> > scrolling underneath it would be another, pine with my mail downloader 
> > beneath
> > it...  Reconfiguring the screen setup everytime I want to switch a set of 
> > apps
> > is a pain; far easier to stick to the old way of each app gets full screen.
> The organization of split screen's is primitive.  I am finding it
> easier to go fullscreen all the time too, only splitting the screen in
> half when necessary.
> Your right about a set of frames, though.  Emacs has something called
> window-configuration-to-register which will save window configurations
> (which are basically like splits in ratpoison) along with the buffers
> and point posititions within each window.  After I store a window
> configuration to a register I can do jump-to-register to pop back to
> that configuration.
> So, how does this sound?  Set up all yer frames with contents in each
> window, ie a complicated gimp setup.  Then run
> :pushframeconf g  # store the config in the 'g' register
> reconfigure the frames and contents for something else, say your
> wacked out pine/fetchmail thing and then
> :pushframeconf m
> now you can switch back and forth with
> :popframeconf g
> :popframeconf m
> Of course :bind would be your friend here.

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