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Re: deleting minibuffer

From: Nikola Skoric
Subject: Re: deleting minibuffer
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 18:25:39 +0000 (UTC)
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Dana Wed, 29 Aug 2007 19:42:06 +0200, 
Malte Spiess <address@hidden> kaze:
> Nikola Skoric <address@hidden> writes:
>> When I have more than one buffer opened, then I go to next buffer with
>> C-x, and then right arrow. If I have, say, 2 buffers opened, and then
>> use completion, a 3. buffer gets opened. If I go to that buffer, and
>> press C-x 0, I get "Attempt to delete minibuffer or sole ordinary
>> window". How do I get rid of that buffer?
> Well, you see, the problem is a little different.
> (Btw.: You mix up window and buffer here. You want to get rid of the
> buffer or the window?)
> I think the problem is that your cursor is in the minibuffer. You can't
> close that. Maybe try pressing "C-g" instead. Or put the cursor in the
> correct window (not buffer) and then you can do your "C-x 0" again.

Oh, right. You're right. I confused buffer and window. C-x k did the job.
Thanks for clearing that out.

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