- ... Found it -- use :tab to modify the command. --SureshMessage 1 of 2 , May 2, 2006View SourceA little while ago, I asked:
> I could not find the command to open a buffer in its own tab --Found it -- use :tab to modify the command.
> what is it? (Somewhat like :sbuffer <partial> splits the window
> and opens the buffer whose name uniquely matches <partial>).