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Re: [PATCH] New tab-bar-detach-tab command

From: Adam Porter
Subject: Re: [PATCH] New tab-bar-detach-tab command
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2021 14:53:58 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (gnu/linux)

Juri Linkov <juri@linkov.net> writes:

>>> The new window-detaching command is implemented now, but still
>>> no idea where to bind these commands: tab-detaching and window-detaching.
>> Other than "C-x t d", which we already discussed, the best idea I can
>> think of is something like "C-x t -", the minus being somewhat
>> mnemonic.
> Indeed, the key doesn't need to be the first letter of the command name.
> For example, since 'C-x t d' was already bound to 'dired-other-tab',
> for 'tab-duplicate' I added 'C-x t n' with the mnemonic of "new".
> But a month ago a new command 'clone-frame' was added with the
> keybinding 'C-x 5 c'.  So now we have two similar commands with
> different keys: 'c' - clone frame, and 'n' - duplicate tab.
> Or maybe these commands are quite different?  I tried 'clone-frame',
> but it neither clones nor duplicates the frame - it creates
> a completely new window configuration on the new frame.

I suppose a `tab-clone' command would be more concise than
`tab-duplicate', and it would also fit with other commands like
`clone-buffer' (I don't see any other commands in my Emacs with
"duplicate" in the name).  Then the binding could be "C-x t c".

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