[ESS] two windows

Johan Lindbäck johan.lindback at ucr.uu.se
Thu Jun 12 09:10:47 CEST 2008

You can use C-c C-n instead of C-c C-j which also makes the cursor 
automatically jump to the next line in your script (assuming you believe 
this is a good idea).


Ricardo Pietrobon wrote:
> Hi, this is a very basic question but I couldn't find an answer to it:
>  I am currently running ESS with two windows, one with the R engine
> and the other with my script.  Most often I will run the commands,
> line by line, right from the script using CTRL-c CTRL-j and the output
> will show up on the other window.  Problem is that if the output is
> long, it will be hidden at the bottom of the window, which makes me
> have to switch to the other window and move to the bottom of the file.
>  This doesn't happen when running commands on the R engine window
> itself -- it automatically recognizes that the output is being hidden
> and it is automatically relocated to the center of the window
> any way to make the commands run from the script file have the same
> behavior as when run from the R-engine window?
> thanks
> Ricardo
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