Switch to another buffer.
The buffer is displayed according to `ido-default-buffer-method' -- the
default is to show it in the same window, unless it is already visible
in another frame.
As you type in a string, all of the buffers matching the string are
displayed if substring-matching is used (default). Look at
`ido-enable-prefix' and `ido-toggle-prefix'. When you have found the
buffer you want, it can then be selected. As you type, most keys have
their normal keybindings, except for the following:
Uses keymap `ido-buffer-completion-map', which is not currently defined.
RET Select the buffer at the front of the list of matches. If the
list is empty, possibly prompt to create new buffer.
M-x ido-select-text Use the current input string verbatim.
M-x ido-next-match Put the first element at the end of the list.
M-x ido-prev-match Put the last element at the start of the list.
M-x ido-complete Complete a common suffix to the current string that
matches all buffers. If there is only one match, select that buffer.
If there is no common suffix, show a list of all matching buffers
in a separate window.
M-x ido-edit-input Edit input string.
M-x ido-fallback-command Fallback to non-ido version of current command.
M-x ido-toggle-regexp Toggle regexp searching.
M-x ido-toggle-prefix Toggle between substring and prefix matching.
M-x ido-toggle-case Toggle case-sensitive searching of buffer names.
M-x ido-completion-help Show list of matching buffers in separate window.
M-x ido-enter-find-file Drop into `ido-find-file'.
M-x ido-kill-buffer-at-head Kill buffer at head of buffer list. M-x ido-toggle-ignore Toggle ignoring buffers listed in `ido-ignore-buffers'. (fn)