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The text you are editing in Emacs resides in an object called a buffer. Each time you visit a file, a buffer is used to hold the file's text. Each time you invoke Dired, a buffer is used to hold the directory listing.

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(setq-default indicate-empty-lines t) Or M-x toggle-indicate-empty-lines to turn it on and off. This only works with a GUI because it uses the fringe. Read more: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs …
answered Oct 6 '15 by nanny
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Try adding a function to the after-make-frame-functions variable. after-make-frame-functions is a variable defined in `frame.el'. Documentation: Functions to run after a frame is created. The functi …
answered Nov 12 '14 by nanny
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put the specified buffer at the end of the list of all buffers. next-buffer uses this list to cycle through buffers. In order to get Emacs to call this burying function each time it starts, the …
answered Sep 16 '15 by nanny