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I use Elscreen, a sort of screen ulitily manager.

It's like tabs like you have in Chrome. I use when I have too many buffers/windows to handle it, and when I run 2 different projects next to each other. I know there are other alternatives, but for now it suits me.

There is ony thingy that drives these fanatical tinker crazy. I can't change the way how the tabs looks. I added a screenshot:

Elscreen

As you can see, you see [X] # which # stands for number. I would like to remove the [X] # by default in all Elscreen tabs. When I took a dive in the source code of Elscreen, I couldn't find where he defines the numbers, so that I could disable it in my Emacs init setup.

I ever thought Lisp was easy, but I can't really find any numbers and cross defined to disable it.

Any input would be appreciated.

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    It's hardcoded: github.com/shosti/elscreen/blob/master/elscreen.el#L1478
    – wasamasa
    Jun 5, 2015 at 15:38
  • Asides from that, you'll want to work with github.com/knu/elscreen
    – wasamasa
    Jun 5, 2015 at 15:39
  • Wasamasa, I found that already and I removed the content of that (the [X]), but the [X] is still showing it up. I never found the .elc version of that. But isn't Emacs about extenisibility/customization. So I'm wondering if there is a way to modify it, without touching the contents of the package?
    – ReneFroger
    Jun 6, 2015 at 9:59
  • Well, if the package wasn't written with the intent to customize that specifically in mind, it's going to be a lot more work.
    – wasamasa
    Jun 6, 2015 at 10:46

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