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I have 2 frames. I switch the buffer in first frame to buffer A. When I try to switch the buffer in the second frame to buffer A, Emacs brings the first frame forward. What I want is to open buffer A in both frames. Is there a setting that makes Emacs bring the other frame forward when buffer A is already opened in it?

  • How exactly are you switching buffers? – cjm Apr 13 '12 at 22:43
  • And what version of Emacs? I'm unable to reproduce the behavior you describe with Emacs 23.3. Try starting a new Emacs with emacs -Q to see if you've made some customization that's causing this. – cjm Apr 13 '12 at 22:49
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That is a feature of “Ido”, which you seem to be using.

Just go to “Customize Emacs”, and in the group “Convenience / Ido”, change the settings “Ido Default Buffer Method” and “Ido Default File Method”, which surely are now set to “Raise frame if already shown”.

  • This is also the behavior of iswitchb-buffer. – Juancho Apr 14 '12 at 2:46

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