I see what you say, but I still feel differently, here is why:
I tend to agree and looked again at TM1. Indeed an untitled window would
be good as you described, you sort of can expect an untitled document that
would be saved to the (project) dir in the drawer by default when you save
>>> More a workaround than a solutionâ€¦
> Is it possible your expectation is based on a perspective that you have
> a project document?
> We may see different things when looking at the same thing. :)
> So, if we approach it as a project window then it is reasonable that you
> expect to see project-window-like things.
> On the contrary, I see the object as an untitled window with a drawer
> that displays a file browser.
> My suggestion was designed to be consistent with the paradigm that Allan
> has already established.
> Please note that I am not debating the issue... :)
> I merely want to point out a detail... so as to be informative:
> What happens when the User invokes the following:
> > mate dir
> where dir is a directory of files in the CWD.
> The result is an untitled document window with a drawer that displays a
> file browser.
> I was suggesting to simply go to that initial state.
> Happy Friday!
> On 5/10/12 11:59 PM, Rolf Langenhuijzen wrote:
>> I agree, it just feels like what you expect.
>> If you want to go fancy and there's an internet connection then show
>> latest news or a feed from this list.
>> But an empty space.. ++
>> Elia Schito schreef op 2012-05-11 00:36:
>>> I /vote/ for the empty space, since it's the "project" that somehow
>>> is open and not a particular file.
>>> Opening an untitled doc again on the contrary feels a bit confusing
>>> to me.
>>> (for the nostalgic a giant TextMate icon is also acceptable)>>> â€”
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