[Geany] Tab-Switching via Ctrl-Tab
enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Fri Aug 15 12:25:47 UTC 2008
On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 16:30:55 +0100, Nick Treleaven
<nick.treleaven at btinternet.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 11:09:33 -0400
> "Mark Turner" <mturner4 at csee.usf.edu> wrote:
> > This has gotten a bit more complex than I had originally intended.
> > I
> I wanted to raise what I saw as a related issue, sorry if it seemed
> the thread got hijacked. We did say the MRU switching could be
And it'd be cool if it was implemented :).
I agree with Nick, once we have MRU-like Ctrl-Tab behaviour which we
all want to have as it seems, then we can talk about
modifying/adjusting the code naviagation. But the first step is the
MRU-llike Ctrl-Tab which is firstly independent from any code
> > just meant to have the ctrl-tab as an alternative to the code
> > navigation, not necessarily used with it. I personally haven't used
> > the code navigation, and for all I know, it could work for what I'd
> > like. The only thing I'd want ctrl-tab to do is keep track of the
> > order I've been accessing various documents and allow me to switch
> > between them in an MRU order, similar to how you switch between
> > applications with alt-tab in the OS.
> OK, I had assumed 2 commands, back and forward in a history of
> documents. But I guess a window manager style Alt-Tab would only need
> one command. A single command would not really replace any part of
> Code Navigation.
I think a one-command solution would be better.
Do you want to also use a small window to show cycling between tabs
like window managers do? That would be a cute and handy feature but
also might get unusable with many open tabs (I usually have between 25
and 35 files open). Just as a note.
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