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Re: ":tabbuffer", ":tbuffer"

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  • Taylor Hedberg
    One way would be to use the :tab {cmd} syntax, i.e. ... to open a new tab for editing buffer #4. In general, :tab followed by a command which normally
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 24, 2010
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      One way would be to use the ":tab {cmd}" syntax, i.e.

      :tab sb 4

      to open a new tab for editing buffer #4. In general, ":tab" followed by
      a command which normally opens a new window in the current tab will
      execute the command, but the new window will be opened in a new tab. See
      ":h :tab" for details.

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