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Re: Emacs (in console) on 2 screens.

From: weber
Subject: Re: Emacs (in console) on 2 screens.
Date: 11 May 2007 07:14:44 -0700
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On 11 maio, 10:15, Martin <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using emacs (not XEmacs!) in a console.
> Since I have 2 screens (Xinerama, Gnome, Debian) I want to use emacs
> on both screens.
> Up til now I always use two independent consoles with two indendent
> emacs sessions.
> But since they are independent I always have problems when I open a
> file in both emacs sessions:
> Emacs notices that somebody else is changing the file and asks me if I
> want to steal the file.
> Is there an easy way to get the console stretch over the 2 screens or
> a way to tell the emacs-sessions that they should react as if they
> would be seperated views, not seperated applications?
> Thanks in advance
> Martin

Maybe instead of two-sessions try a M-x new-frame (new window) ?
Hope this helps,

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