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Old 06-28-2012, 04:06 AM   #1
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emacsclient under KDE desktop


There is a program emacsclient, that opens a text file inside emacs, when it is running. So new instances of the program won't be created.

I bound .pl and .tex files to emacsclient in KDE. But every time I click upon the file it's not only opened in Emacs, but a pseudo program 'emacsclient' appears in the taskbar and the cursor starts jumping, as if it was starting a new program.

How to get rid of this pseudo program?
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