I am using Vim 7.3 for no particularly compelling reason on an old system I am forced to work on. It's an internal system and it will eventually be replaced by a more modern version of the same distro.
Now when I start editing in a folder with 13 files, using
vim -p *, I end up seeing 10 of those in tabs, but three of them remain "hidden" (i.e. as ordinary buffers). When I go through these tabs one by one, I get - after closing the 10 tabs - the following message:
E173: 3 more files to edit
... is there a way with
-p to force all files into a tab (the horizontal terminal estate is more than enough to fit them) or is there a way to move the remaining buffers into separate tabs once I hit the above message?