[wingide-users] Cloned windows or C-x 2Wing IDE Support support at wingide.com
Sun, 19 Jan 2003 22:54:21 -0500 (EST)
On Sun, 19 Jan 2003, Peter Bengtsson wrote: > What I would like to be able to do is the equivalent of C-x 2 in emacs. > I.e. two horizontal "buffers" next to each other so that I can 1) look > elsewhere in open file and 2) look at another file. > I've heard about cloned windows'es with which I can Ctrl-Tab or Alt-Tab > between, but I see nothing of this in the menus. Here's some info in addition to Doug Glenn's tip on using the gui.one-view-per-window preference (note, BTW, that you need to restart Wing IDE for preference changes to take effect): Lite doesn't have the window cloning commands nor ability to open the same file twice for editing two different parts at once. Wing IDE Standard does allow cloning a window, moving a buffer out to a new window, and opening the same file twice in two seperate windows. The 1.1.x series doesn't have multiple buffers in the same window, but future versions will have this. Wing IDE Lite users upgrading to Standard within the same major/minor version just pay the difference in the price of the two products. Write to email@example.com if you want to do this so we can arrange for the discount. See http://wingide.com/order for all product prices. Hope that helps. Better buffer handling is one of the things we're working on improving. Thanks, - Stephan
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