Tell me what Emacs is a widely accepted method of fast switching environment, a set of Windows in a frame? That is, simply put — I need an analogue of the tabs of a secondly or virtual desktops from Gnome/KDE. tab-bar-mode — is quite different. I understand that the way to create new frames, but it's too inconvenient and requires too many unnecessary movements.
What ready-made solution in this case can be found?
reuben_Pacocha answered on October 8th 19 at 00:27
And that prevents the shortcut keys to switch buffers in an open split? Well when you use tabs do the same thing, just you see the list of open buffers(tabs).
I usually split the left directory tree, buffers — 1/3 of the screen horizontally and 2/3 the current buffer for a couple of repl
lexus.McGlynn answered on October 8th 19 at 00:29
Can try to use tmux.
eliezer.Bahringer answered on October 8th 19 at 00:31
Ido mode. No tabs is not necessary.
Roberto_Considin answered on October 8th 19 at 00:33
Package evil-tab, just in the Vim mode. Requires evil (vim mode).