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Re: key remapping
- From: Max <maxim.suraev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 01:01:53 +0100
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Ok, that's really confusing - is there some manual which I can go through?
Session is a w3m-buffer cause open in new tab is actually open-in-new-session but
it's also a session like in firefox cause you can save list of opened tabs with
Which is the function to open new (empty) tab for instance?
20.03.2014 17:49, Michael Heerdegen пишет:
> Max <maxim.suraev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Ok, so is there something which correspond to session in firefox
> Yip, it's called ... "session". No, no joke, there is a whole file for
> working with "such" sessions: w3m-session.el.
>> I mean I've opened bunch of tabs (aka "w3m-buffers") and would
>> like to save them all at once under some name so I could open all of
>> them some time later on. How do I do that manually? How to do that
> I never really used this functionality, but it seems to work quite
> simple: save a session by just M-x w3m-session-save some-name RET. This
> saves everything to a file. Later, you can M-x w3m-session-select and
> choose it from the list.
> AFAIK, the current state is automatically regularly backed up (see
> `w3m-session-autosave'). AFAIK these also appear in the
> `w3m-session-select' listing.