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Re: split windows independent browsing

jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

> C-x 3 splits the screen. We can scroll independently of the other
> window. But when we click a link the other window is affected too for no
> good apparent reason.

The two windows share the same buffer. If you type in a buffer, it is
natural to see the change in both windows. Same thing is so with
emacs-w3m. If you really like to have two independent browse session,
open a link in a new session or use w3m-copy-session (C-cC-t) to create
copy of the current session.