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15.2 Flow

Command: defflow fstate [interrupt]

(none)
Same as the flow command except that the default setting for new windows is changed. Initial setting is `auto'. Specifying flow auto interrupt has the same effect as the command-line options `-fa' and `-i'. Note that if `interrupt' is enabled, all existing displays are changed immediately to forward interrupt signals.

Command: flow [fstate]

(C-a f, C-a C-f)
Sets the flow-control mode for this window to fstate, which can be `on', `off' or `auto'. Without parameters it cycles the current window's flow-control setting. Default is set by `defflow'.


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