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bug#10135: 24.0.91; `special-display-regexps' is still not respected (ag
bug#10135: 24.0.91; `special-display-regexps' is still not respected (again)
Mon, 28 Nov 2011 10:59:37 -0500
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.91 (gnu/linux)
>> > 5. C-x 5 2
>> > In step 5, a special-display frame should also be used, for the same
>> > reason, but it is not.
>> I could agree that it's a problem, but IIUC this is not a new issue,
>> since I think that's how C-x 5 2 has always worked, right?
> You are right, sir - my bad.
Thanks for confirming.
> Feel free to close this bug or (IMO better) keep it open, perhaps as
> a wishlist item.
The fact that it's not new doesn't change the fact that you dislike
this behavior, so it's not a reason to close the bug.
> Since the buffer displayed matches `special-display-regexps',
> a special-display frame should be used.
As you know I use a similar setup to yours so I have gone through
similar thoughts. I haven't actually tried to make C-x 5 2 "obey"
special-display-regexps, but if someone wants to try it, here are some
things to consider:
- The default behavior for special-display-* is to reuse any window that
already displays the buffer, so in order to make C-x 5 2 meaningful
we'd clearly want to skip this part of the usual
- Maybe C-x 5 2 should be more like "clone frame" instead, i.e. don't
pay attention to special-display-* but instead try to reproduce the
existing frame (including dedicatedness of the window it displays).
This opens the question of what to do when the selected frame has
several windows, of course.