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This works for me: (setq org-link-frame-setup '((vm . vm-visit-folder-other-frame) (vm-imap . vm-visit-imap-folder-other-frame) (gnus . org-gnus-no-new-news) (file . find-file) (wl . wl-other-frame))) The above code was automatically generated by Emacs when I customized the variable. I merely recast it using setq.


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You can use shackle, for example (require 'shackle) (setq shackle-rules '(("*Python*" :align bottom :size 0.25))) Or if you use use-package (use-package shackle :ensure t :defer t :commands shackle-mode :config (setq shackle-rules '(("*Python*" :align bottom :size 0.25)))) As you can see :align tells us where the buffer will appear and :...


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The behaviour for opening files is set in org-link-frame-setup. By default, the behaviour for opening files is file-find-other-window. The following two alternative commands will change that so that find-file is executed instead of find-file-other-window: (setf (cdr (assoc 'file org-link-frame-setup)) 'find-file) (setf (cdr (rassoc 'find-file-other-window ...


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As @Drew says, it's not clear what you're looking for. However, since I found your answer while creating my own function to reuse an eww window, I thought you might find it helpful. It simply looks for a buffer called "*eww*" (the default name for eww). If there's a live window, then use that. Otherwise, call eww in the current window. I've ...


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Help windows Add this to your init.el to automatically focus any help window you see. Then, you'll be able to quit it with Q. (setq help-window-select t) ; Switch to help buffers automatically Alternatively, if you're using use-package, I recommend adding this to your init.el (or appending to an existing (use-package emacs ... declaration): (use-package ...


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