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  1. The Opusmodus editor allows to have a number of "windows" open next to each other, but not enough for me. With Emacs I have commonly 3-4 frames with code open next to each other, in addition to the documentation, output viewers etc. (nice to have multiple screens :) Any chance to do the same and open 3-4 files from the current project/workspace side by side? EDIT: Note that I can open additional files, but only if they are not part of the current project/workspace -- going beyond that restriction would help. Thanks! Best, Torsten
  2. Dear all, I am trying to find a way to quickly comment/uncomment text regions. I use such a features all the time in various programming environments, e.g., to add tests and then taking them out again... I cannot find such a feature in the Opusmodus programming editor (which seems to be CCL Hemlock). I checked the Editor Commands (under help), and http://trac.clozure.com/ccl/wiki/CocoaIde/KeyBindingsComparison (proposed in another forum entry), but without success so far. Is anyone aware of such a shortcut? I would be surprised if it does not exist... Thanks! Best, Torsten Found at least a half-way solution: M-# That allows to comment a region, but uncomment is seemingly not there. Best, Torsten
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