Never mind. I added "map <F2> <esc>:ball<cr>:close<cr>". This seems to
do what I wanted.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: force maximum size to miniBufExplorer
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 11:52:49 -0600
From: kevin <gekehat@...
To: vim mailing list <vim@...
I would like some advice concerning miniBufExplorer. I have been trying
to set the maximum size of the buffer by using:
let g:miniBufExplMaxSize = 1
let g:miniBufExplMinSize = 1
This seems to work, but the problem is that when I use ":ball", another
instance is opened and expands in height to equal the others. I can see
why that happens, but is there a better command (as short or maybe an
autocmd) to view all buffers, except for another miniBufExplorer.