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RE: Buffer listing in multiple frames/ttys

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Buffer listing in multiple frames/ttys
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 08:20:27 -0800

    The following definitions change `prev-buffer' and `next-buffer' to
    follow the frame-local buffer ordering instead of the global
    Now, I like these definitions as it makes more sense for me to keep
    the buffer cycle frame-local, but they do have one disadvantage: the
    `next-buffer'/`prev-buffer' cycle will not usually contain all
    buffers---just those that were displayed in the current frame.  To
    reach the rest, the user needs to use `switch-to-buffer', or
I may have misunderstood (I have not been following the latest part of this 
thread closely), but IIUC this would, for the same reasons discussed earlier, 
be inappropriate for many of us who use pop-up-frames = t. 

I don't really care, for myself, as I am unlikely to use 
next-buffer/prev-buffer, but I think it could be important for others who do 
want to use those commands with the one-buffer-per-frame-by-default behavior of 
pop-up-frames = t.

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