On Jan 17, 2011, at 4:50 PM, Ed Wong wrote:
When I check a file for syntax using Ctrl-Shift-V in
HTML with embedded PHP, if an error is found oftentimes the checked
file will open in one of the underlying projects (where the file
wasn't opened before), the project is brought into focus and the
syntax error is displayed in that project.
Since I need to keep track of which files belong to which issue, I
would then have to close the file that was just opened in the wrong
No, but I have had the same issue here. It seems as though the error
checker doesn't scope to the currently-active window.