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Re: Is there a way to switch among splitted windows counter-clockwisely
B. T. Raven
Re: Is there a way to switch among splitted windows counter-clockwisely in Emacs?
Tue, 18 Mar 2008 11:39:16 -0600
Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (Windows/20080213)
Rebecca Breu wrote:
Suppose you have 5 splitted windows and you are in window 2. You want to
switch to window 1.
I know a way to switch to the next window is Ctrl-x o, but you have to
switch 4 times to window 1. Is there a way to switch counter-clockwisely?
The function bound to C-x o, other-window, takes an optional prefix
argument. Invoking it with prefix argument -1 would do what you like:
C-u -1 C-x o. Since this is quite awful to type, you could define a new
(global-set-key "\C-xp" '(lambda ()
Options > Customize Emacs > Specific Option
Turn it on
Save for Current and Future Sessions
This will put something like:
'(iswitchb-mode t nil (iswitchb))
into the custom-set-variables section of your .emacs
Then, so you don't have to restart Emacs just place cursor after this
expression in .emacs and press C-x C-e to evaluate it. Or maybe that is
already accomplished by the Save for Current Session option in
Customize; I never checked.
Works for me.