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Re: how about a find-library-other-window command?

From: Davis Herring
Subject: Re: how about a find-library-other-window command?
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 16:24:47 -0700 (PDT)
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>> How about a `find-library-other-window' command?

Inline reply to Drew:

Is M-x find-lib TAB - RET really that much faster than C-x 5 2 M-x
find-lib RET?  (The difference being "TAB -" in place of "C-x 5 2", of

> Sure.  Although I'm wondering: are there many users you use both find-file
> and find-file-other-window, as well as other <foo> vs
> <foo>-other-window commands?

I find that I use C-x 4 b all the time (and C-x b too, of course); C-x 4 f
a little less often.  But I always work with windows and not frames, and
tend to set them up and leave them alone (saving window configurations or
just killing them off when done with them).


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