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Jan 9, 2017 ... Anything – can be used to switch to a buffer; BufferMenu – Like Dired, but for
buffers – same thing as ListBuffers, but lets you also act on the ...
Sep 27, 2011 ... The buffer menu presents a list of buffers. It is similar to how DiredMode operates
with files. Command 'M-x buffer-menu' lists the buffers in the ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Library buff-menu+.el (BufferMenu+) provides the following enhancements to the
standard BufferMenu: A new column, Time, which is the time ...
Feb 25, 2017 ... Ibuffer is an advanced replacement for BufferMenu, which lets you operate on
buffers much in the same manner as Dired. The most important ...
Feb 21, 2017 ... ... "http://www.emacswiki.org/BufferMenu#BufferMenuPlus") :link '(emacs-
commentary-link :tag "Commentary" "buff-menu+") :group 'tools :group ...
Aug 31, 2009 ... What's so confusing about this when compared to BufferMenu ?? They look the
same to me, except for the fact that BufferMenu uses the whole ...
Sep 27, 2014 ... BufferMenu has various options to sort the listing of buffers. According to the
EmacsManual. The buffers are listed in the order that they were ...
Jul 20, 2009 ... By default, using 'C-x C-b' will call 'list-buffers' with BufferMenu. The list of buffers
is displayed in another window. If you want to use it in order ...
Oct 10, 2016 ... The bookmark list (buffer '*Bookmark List*' ) is like Dired or BufferMenu for
bookmarks. You access it using 'C-x r l' . (Emacs sometimes calls it ...
Jul 4, 2014 ... To set up FontLockMode for BufferMenu, use this bit of Emacs lisp. (setq buffer-
menu-buffer-font-lock-keywords '(("^....[*]Man .*Man.