I'm pretty sure this isn't the best place.. maybe not even the right place??
to post this, but i'll give it a try since I've been searching for this info non-stop on Emacs wiki and only found non-working answers
A few notes before my question ::
1- I'm not good with windows stuff (nor mac or linux if that matters at all) so im pretty sure i did the wrong command somewhere and its this that is causing my problem
2- I'm new to programming and such, take it easy please <3
3- English not my native language so might have a lot of typos/spelling and such
Info (Windows 8.1 64-bit - GNU EMACS 23.4.1)
I've download Emacs 23.4~ same as casey and I've been using this for sometime now, my .emacs are really close to his, I've only changed a few commands and the title settings to match the directory. The problem is: if i try to open(be it on terminal or not) a .txt or any archive that is set to be opened by Emacs instead of opening in a new "buffer"(i think this is the correct term?) it opens on a completely new instance which implies i have 1029381092832 emacs windows open =(
1- i call emacs from terminal by a custom %PATH% set on a folder \custom_cmd , which has my .lnk and .bat
2- my default for .txt is emacs and was set using ftype/assoc
3- my emacs.bat
... I'm not really sure how to fix this? i've tried a bunch of stuff I've found on google/wiki
i just want to make sure emacs opens in a new frame instead of a new instance everytime i open a file outside emacs.
well thanks for reading this =]