Commit c1f21754 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Give example of using special-display-buffer-names to specify frame parameters.

parent 7878d6b6
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By default, special display means to give the buffer a dedicated frame.
If an element is a list, instead of a string, then the @sc{car} of the
list is the buffer name, and the rest of the list says how to create the
frame. There are two possibilities for the rest of the list. It can be
an alist, specifying frame parameters, or it can contain a function and
arguments to give to it. (The function's first argument is always the
buffer to be displayed; the arguments from the list come after that.)
list is the buffer name, and the rest of the list says how to create
the frame. There are two possibilities for the rest of the list (its
@sc{cdr}). It can be an alist, specifying frame parameters, or it can
contain a function and arguments to give to it. (The function's first
argument is always the buffer to be displayed; the arguments from the
list come after that.)
For example:
@example
(("myfile" (minibuffer) (menu-bar-lines . 0)))
@end example
@noindent
specifies to display a buffer named @samp{myfile} in a dedicated frame
with specified @code{minibuffer} and @code{menu-bar-lines} parameters.
@end defopt
@defopt special-display-regexps
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