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I just saw that:

“The M-C-v scrolls the other window. If there are more than two the command will scroll the window that C-x o would select next. You may use a positive or negative scrolling argument, just as with C-v scrolling in the current window”

It seems practical as I heavily rely on splitting windows in the emacs , with this I can for example read browse through some documentation, or read related function while not leaving the current buffer.
I should add that C-Alt-S v scrolls the other windows (up)in reverse. (Sadly this binding doesn’t work for me when using emacs with the -nw, ‘no window’ option in an xterm due to limitations of the key mapping for xterm)

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