[TxMt] Re: Automatic vs. manual tabs
thomasmallen at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 19:37:09 UTC 2008
I think that an interesting alternative would be to show the open buffers in
a drawer. This could be shared with the file browser or openable on the
other side of the window.
2008/9/9 Thomas Allen <thomasmallen at gmail.com>
> A web browser has a back button. I wouldn't want a back button in my editor
> because I'd lose my changes. I generally don't like using bn and bp in Vim
> (buffer next and previous), and prefer splits + tabs.
> Also, webpages aren't editable, so the dynamic is different.
> 2008/9/9 Trevor Harmon <trevor at vocaro.com>
> On Sep 8, 2008, at 6:53 PM, Thomas Allen wrote:
>> > Yes.
>> What is it that you like, exactly? Would you also prefer your web
>> browser to work the same way? (i.e., every click of a link opens it in
>> a new tab)
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