>> Thank you all for your hard work. I was
>> wondering if there is a way to get the "mvim" script to actually open
>> a seperate macvim session for each instance. This way I can "apple-
>> tab" through many different macvims. And when I "apple-q" I only
>> kill one sessions.
> I don't know if there's a way to do that, but it's probably now what
> you want anyways :-) There's a shortcut for apple-tabbing through the
> windows of a single application as well (it's Cmd-` on english
> keyboard layouts and for example Cmd-< on german layouts), and if you
> hit Cmd-q you get a warning if any of your MacVim windows contains
> unmodified changes (perhaps there should also be a warning if
> multiple windows are open? I undeliberately closed MacVim every now
> and then as well...). If you hit F10, you get expose for all your vim
> Having all vim windows in one application is actually one of the main
> selling points of MacVim; that's how all mac applications work. If
> you really don't like this, you can get the old carbon vim or vim-
> cocoa ( http://code.google.com/p/vim-cocoa/ ), both allow only one
> window per instance.
You may also like to consider the utility 'Witch' if you like to be able to move
directly to a specific window using the keyboard. I find it invaluable.
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