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Try this: Pressing C-x 4 c (edit: thanks to @krupan, C-x 4 c stands for M-x clone-indirect-buffer) in a buffer e.g. myFile.txt creates a new indirect buffer and opens it in a window with the same contents and appends <2> to the filename as new buffer name, e.g. myFile.txt<2> Go to the window with e.g. myFile.txt<2> and create a new frame ...


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Here is a (somewhat hacky) function that creates a copy of a given theme that applies only to TTY terminals (as suggested in Alex' answer). This theme can then be enabled on top of your default theme but will only affect TTY frames. (defun rgmacs/copy-theme-tty (from-theme to-theme) "Copies all faces from from-theme to to-theme but restricts to TTY ...


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