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- To: David E. Goldfarb <DEG@SCRC-TENEX>
- From: David A. Moon <Moon@SCRC-TENEX>
- Date: Thu ,21 Apr 83 21:41:00 EDT
- Cc: barmar@MIT-MULTICS, BUG-ZWEI@MIT-OZ
- In-reply-to: The message of 20 Apr 83 23:00-EST from David E. Goldfarb <DEG at SCRC-TENEX>
Date: Wednesday, 20 April 1983, 23:00-EST
From: David E. Goldfarb <DEG@SCRC-TENEX>
Try M-X (or C-M-X, I don't remember) Split Screen.
Please do not tell people to use c-m-X. It is never under any circumstances
the right command to use, except for one single case: a certain kind of
editor-extension debugging. Probably the command should not be there by
default. Using the c-m-X command is a good way to invoke things in environments
where they aren't intended to work, whereupon they will blow out if you're
lucky, or somehow trash your buffers if you're not luck.