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I remember doing this before, but it was pretty tricky and I can't quite remember the combination of commands to get it to work. How can I turn my window with two vertical panes:

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Into a window with one horizontal pane and two vertical panes in an orientation like so:

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Think I may have figured this out based off of this question. This specific layout is the third in speakr's answer (C-b M-3). Last time I did it in a much stranger way.

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You can simply split one of your panels and rotate between layouts with "C-b Space". For some reason "C-b M-3" is not working properly on my computer.

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