Vincent Murphy said
> = Ian Swainson <Ian_Swainson at bausch.com> [19991123 1134]:
> > [snip] Also, is there a
> > quick way to flick between buffers (like CTRL-TAB in Win-dow!s)
> > without having to display the buffer-list and then select from it?
> C-x o cycles forward through buffers. apropos and describe-keybindings
> are your friends (when you invoke them with M-x <function>).
Hmm - on a couple of different versions of emacs and Xemacs I have here C-x o
is bound to other-window, which just cycles between open windows, which is not
what was asked for. I looked at all the commands which mention buffer and I didn't
see anything suitable. It'd be a simple hack in Lisp, and I'm puzzled that no-one
seems to have done it before, though personally I use the buffer list or the drop-down
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