Document tabs on top.
apaku at gmx.de
Tue Jun 10 10:05:22 UTC 2008
On 10.06.08 13:00:01, Evgeniy Ivanov wrote:
> tomasz2k at poczta.onet.pl wrote:
> > Thank you Hamish.
> > First I want to achieve an easy task that someone pointed out as a wish: to create tabs side by side for the same base filenames with different extensions:
> > Now tabs look like this:
> > | myfile.h | myfile.cpp | myfile.ui | yourfile.h | yourfile.cpp |
> > Wished look:
> > | myfile.h | .cpp | .ui | yourfile.h | .cpp |
> > or maybe:
> > | myfile.h, .cpp, .ui | yourfile.h, .cpp |
> It would be nice.
> > Then I want to write an "Alt-tab" behaviour widget with all opened views by last accessed hierarchy.
> Shift+left/right arrow rocks (like in Konsole).
Not if you have 20-30 files open and want to switch from file 3 to 26 ;)
The thing that really rocks is KDevelop3's
Quick-Open-On-Already-Opened-Files (IIRC there's no default shortcut for
that, but the action is called "Switch To..").
Your motives for doing whatever good deed you may have in mind will be
misinterpreted by somebody.
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