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Re: Zoom on a buffer

From: Chuck Siska
Subject: Re: Zoom on a buffer
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 14:35:25 -0800

alexandre --

to restore the window layout in your emacs frame, you can run
M-x desktop-frame-save first, and then after you're finished
with the maximized version you can do a M-x desktop-read followed
by a M-x load-file emacs.frx.

also, a frame (an m$windows window) is what contains emacs windows 
(these look like window panes) and any emacs buffer can be displayed 
in any emacs  window (pane).  also killing an emacs buffer doesn't
touch the file which was copied into that buffer.  emacs deals with
frames, windows, buffers, and files separately so that you have
a bit more control over things if you want.  cheers.

-- chuck

Kevin Dziulko wrote:
> You can 'maximize' the window you are currently in with C-x 1 which runs
> delete-other-windows. This just hides the other buffers, they are not
> deleted or destroyed dispite the name.
> There isn't a restore command. You'd have to use C-x 2 or and then load
> another buffer in the new or current window with the buffers menu.
> >From: Alexandre Brillant <>
> >To:
> >Subject: Zoom on a buffer
> >Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 19:38:59 +0100
> >
> >Hi,
> >
> >I use most of the time a lot of buffer at once on the screen (C-x 2 &
> >C-x 3). Sometimes, I need to maximize a buffer window and
> >restore after all the original buffer window.
> >
> >Does someone know how to do that ?
> >
> >Thank you
> >
> >Alexandre

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