[Patch] Window history

Paulo Moura Guedes moura at kdewebdev.org
Tue Feb 13 14:14:25 UTC 2007

On Tuesday 13 February 2007 11:51, Jens Dagerbo wrote:
> On 2/13/07, David Nolden <david.nolden.kdevelop at art-master.de> wrote:
> > Am Dienstag, 13. Februar 2007 09:24 schrieb Jens Dagerbo:
> > > On 2/13/07, Paulo Moura Guedes <moura at kdewebdev.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > Note that I'm not against the patch, I'm just not completely
> > > convinced. I would still want to hear from _someone_ else who have
> > > actually tested the patch. Anyone? :)
> >
> > Sorry I haven't tested it yet. Generally I like the idea of being able to
> > jump back to the previous window I've worked in(I've missed that feature
> > many times). The question is whether it's really worth introducing even
> > more navigation-shortcuts, what's the advantage of this against just
> > adding an entry into the navigation-history whenever switching the tab?
> (Assuming I understand it correctly) To get from file A back to B and
> then back to A again:
> Navigation History: Back, Forward.
> This patch: Next, Next.
> In other words.. you don't have to keep track of your position in the
> history to know what to press to get to the last file you visited.
> Another difference: Be in file A. Jump to pos 1 in file B. Then jump
> to B2. 'Back' will go to B1*, 'Next' will go to A.
> // jens
> *Well.. it will actually jump to the position you were in when you
> jumped to B2. This is by design.

And the current navigation history only jump one step at a time while the 
popup can go to any document. It would be dificult to update the navigation 
history with the current stack implementation.


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