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There's this really great feature in Firefox, where you can search all the open tabs by typing % and then typing what open tab you are searching for.

Is it possible to do something similar to this with all the open gvim windows?

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    Not clear. Do you want to search all gvim windows (like separate instances of gvim)? Or buffers opened in all separate gvims? Or just buffers in a single instance of gvim? Or window splits in gvim? Or ....
    – Maxim Kim
    May 27 at 19:37
  • All the open instances.
    – leeand00
    May 27 at 19:56
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    AFAIK there is no way to coordinate between multiple instances of gvim, short of custom programs/plugins/etc. all reading/writing the same file. OTOH, getbufinfo()->filter({_, v -> !v.hidden}) will give you all the buffers currently not hidden.
    – D. Ben Knoble
    May 28 at 0:39

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