• Ramin Honary
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    2 months ago

    That might work if I re-bound the split-window function to launch a new Emacs client, because this is the function that most other Emacs functions use to split the frame into windows.

    But I think a better approach would be to just add a single rule function into the display-buffer-alist that always asks for a new frame no matter what the input is.

    Mickey Peterson wrote an article on how Emacs manages its own windows, and the Elisp Manual on Windows is pretty good too.