By default, a
*scratch* buffer is created when Emacs starts. The initial
*scratch* buffer contains the following message by default:
;; This buffer is for text that is not saved, and for Lisp evaluation. ;; To create a file, visit it with C-x C-f and enter text in its buffer.
This message appears to be set by the variable
If I kill (
C-x k) the initial scratch buffer and recreate it using
C-x b *scratch*, the new scratch buffer will be blank. It will not contain the
initial-scratch-message. This is not what I want. I want to see the message. How do I configure all scratch buffers to contain
initial-scratch-message when they are recreated?