When I open a new file I want it to pop-up in a new frame. I've set
t, but it still opens files that I double-click in Finder in existing buffers which results in other buffers being hidden.
If you're using emacsclient, opening files with
will open a new frame for each file. Not sure how this would work on OS X, but in XFCE I can set such a command for a filetype.
I have switched from the brew formula
railwaycat/emacsmacport/emacs-mac to standard emacs using
brew install emacs --with-cocoa --with-gnutls --with-imagemagick --with-librsvg --with-mailutils, which compiles with the
--with-ns switch per default (which the other port apparently does not contain). This required fixing up a few things such as the modifier keys. I'm also missing the Emoji & Symbols menu entry and the pixel-wise smooth scrolling, but I think I will get used to it.