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Thread: Emacs menus in 11.2 are partially broken

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    Question Emacs menus in 11.2 are partially broken

    Anyone else experiencing problems? For example, start emacs on a file, then pull in a couple of additional files via ctrl-x/ctrl-f then click on the buffers menu item and all you see is the initial file you started with along with Scratch and Messages. This should show all buffers. Sure I can list the buffers or use ctrl-X/ctrl-b but this is a step backwards for sure.

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    Default Re: Emacs menus in 11.2 are partially broken

    Hi,

    I use Emacs all the time, but only use the key commands, as I often use it in the terminal rather than the x window.

    I normally switch buffers with C-x[LEFT] and C-x[RIGHT].

    I'll test it out when I'm at home and let you know, I only have openSUSE 11.1 on this laptop.


    Regards,
    Barry.
    Desktop: openSUSE 11.3 (x86) LXDE
    Laptop: Arch Linux (x86_64) GNOME 3

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    Default Re: Emacs menus in 11.2 are partially broken

    fwiw, it worked fine until I upgraded from 11.1 to 11.2,

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    Default Re: Emacs menus in 11.2 are partially broken

    Hi,

    I think that's because this is a bug of Emacs version 23; openSUSE 11.1 used Emacs version 22.

    see a list of Emacs bugs at: bug-gnu-emacs Archives


    Regards,
    Barry.
    Desktop: openSUSE 11.3 (x86) LXDE
    Laptop: Arch Linux (x86_64) GNOME 3

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