It doesn't matter where the location is. I have a huge hierarchy of
files, and I Apple-T locate and open the file. However, let's say
that I want to rename it. I will have to search for it in the
hierarchy ( well not quite, I can see the hierarchy by apple-click on
the title and the following, but if I have 10 folder hierarchy its a
pain in the $#@!).
Basically, you have a file on focus, you select either from the menu
(View) "Reveal in project tree", or right click on the tab, or right
click on OakTextView... that doesn't matter (well it does as long as
I can find it :). Point is that the Project tree gets expanded and
the file gets highlighted.
Great hit with the themes, btw. And just between you and me, you may
want to start placing some features in the 2.0 version, and kindly
ask for an upgrade.
/me ducks the flamemail
On Jun 28, 2005, at 1:56 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On 28/06/2005, at 3.51, Nick Hristov wrote:
Is the following functionality present anywhere,
or at least planned?
Right click on file -> Reveal in project tree?
Did you mean to suggest right-clicking the tab? If not, which
“file” are you referring to?
Currently there's nothing to do this, but it's a noted request.
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