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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Commands by Topic > The Screen > Windows >

Removing Windows

To get rid of the current window, use the Ctrl-X 0 command. If the previous window can move into the deleted window's space, it does. Otherwise, the next window expands into the deleted window's space.

The Ctrl-X 1 command makes the current window occupy the entire screen, deleting all the other windows. The Ctrl-X Z command operates like Ctrl-X 1, except that it also remembers the current window configuration. Later, if you type Ctrl-X Z again, the command restores the saved window configuration.

Standard bindings:

  Ctrl-X 0, Ctrl-X Ctrl-D  kill-window
 Ctrl-X 1  one-window
 Ctrl-X Z  zoom-window
 



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