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Re: Single modeline for all buffers?


From: Søren Pilgård
Subject: Re: Single modeline for all buffers?
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2014 17:33:19 +0100

On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 10:38 AM, Göktuğ Kayaalp <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> Hi, is it possible to have Emacs show only one modeline at the very
> bottom of the screen, which shows information about the buffer in the
> selected window? E.g. instead of this,
>
>      | [#]include <stdio.h>     | (defun add (x y) (+ x y)\|
>      | int main(int argc, char \| )                        |
>      | ** argv, char ** envp) { | (ad[d] 5 6) ;=> 11       |
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>      |-:-- hello.c  Top (1, 0)  |-:**- *scratch* Top (2, 2)|
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>      |                                                     |
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Can I have sth. like the following?
>
>      | [#]include <stdio.h>     | (defun add (x y) (+ x y)\|
>      | int main(int argc, char \| )                        |
>      | ** argv, char ** envp) { | (add 5 6) ;=> 11         |
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>      |-:-- hello.c  Top (1, 0)   (C/l Arev AC hl-p hl-s Abb|
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>      |                                                     |
>      -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Cheers
>

One problem with this is distinguishing the border between two buffers
above/below each other.  You might still want some kind of bar rendered there,
perhaps with a different content?



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