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I use shell pop to do what I think you are asking for. When I press Ctrl-t, it splits the window, creating a new buffer with a shell in that buffer set to the directory that matches the directory of the buffer I started in. When I press Ctrl-t again, it closes the the window and shell it had opened.

I use shell pop to do what I think you are asking for. When I press Ctrl-t, it splits the window, creating a new buffer with a shell in that buffer set to the directory that matches the directory of the buffer I started in. When I press Ctrl-t again, it closes the the shell it had opened.

I use shell pop to do what I think you are asking for. When I press Ctrl-t, it splits the window, creating a new buffer with a shell in that buffer set to the directory that matches the directory of the buffer I started in. When I press Ctrl-t again, it closes the window and shell it had opened.

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I use shell pop to do what I think you are asking for. When I press Ctrl-t, it splits the window, creating a new buffer with a shell in that buffer set to the directory that matches the directory of the buffer I started in. When I press Ctrl-t again, it closes the the shell it had opened.