popup-switcher provides (yet another) convenient way to switch buffers, navigation possibility through functions/methods and any other kind of switching you like. It's easy to use and extend for custom purposes. It uses popup lib for better sense.
Add MELPA (if not yet) to your
(require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa" . "http://melpa.milkbox.net/packages/")) (package-initialize)
Then you can install popup-switcher with the following command:
M-x package-install [RET] popup-switcher [RET]
Add a hotkey to
psw-switch-<X> to you taste (for the full list of predefined
switching functions see
Usage section), e.g.:
(global-set-key [f2] 'psw-switch-buffer)
Uses imenu to navigate through functions/methods names via
(global-set-key [f3] 'psw-switch-function)
Maximum number of visible items
Set maximum number of visible items in popup menus
(setq psw-popup-menu-max-length 15)
Menu opens centered with respect to
fill-column by default.
psw-popup-position variable to change horizontal positioning.
Possible values are:
fill-column- center relative to fill-column (default setting)
center- center relative to window borders
point- open popup at point
(setq psw-popup-position 'center)
flx fuzzy matching engine for isearch in popup
menus. flx-ido is required in this case, it can
be installed by your favorite approach. E.g. by
M-x package-install [RET] flx-ido [RET]
(setq psw-use-flx t)
Modified buffers marker
psw-mark-modified-buffers means mark modified buffers with star char
*) expect special beffers like
*Messages* any time you call
Enter to dired-mode via psw-navigate-files
(setq psw-enable-single-dot-to-navigate-files t)
Any time you run
psw-navigate-files fn you can select dot
item, which opens
dired-mode for current directory.
List of interactive functions:
||switch buffers through popup menu|
||switch recent files|
||simple file navigator|
||switch (navigate) through functions in the current buffer (optional)|
||switch among projectile project files list (optional)|
Run M-x psw-switch-buffer [RET] (or your selected key). Type some letters from the name of buffer of interest (since isearch is enabled on start) to filter buffers list, use arrow keys and [RET] or mouse to select buffer.
When you are in menu created by
psw-switch-buffer, you can kill selected
buffer by pressing C-d or C-k.
Distributed under the General Public License 2.0+