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are the graphical system-level “windows” of Emacs. It initially contains one window and normally also contains a menu bar, tool bar, and echo area.

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. The next best thing is to pretend you do. Packages like perspective.el can help in this regard: they avoid presenting buffers that are not "contained" in the current perspective. You can then activate different perspectives in different frames to implement your scenario. …
answered Sep 24 '14 by Sigma