Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
jcreed

Today I learned a great, stupid-simple feature of gnuplot. If you do

set terminal wxt noraise

(the important bit being the "noraise") then the plot window isn't given focus every time you do a new plot! Which means I don't have to wobble my mouse back and forth to give the focus back to emacs.

Also helpful:

pause -1

waits for a newline on stdin.
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