OK. My last defending response :-) Yes, it depends on how you work. What you describe
works well in a situation where you switch to other file to edit it and then back but I
usually browse through several files before I find what I need. So it’s not just opening a
file, closing the tab and back but it’s more like: opening a file, closing the tab,
opening another file, closing the tab etc. And if TextMate didn’t automatically open the
tab, you could just skip the closing part and you would go like: open file #1, open file
#2, file #3 etc.
I could submit a pull request if I knew how to program it :-)
On 11 May 2014 at 17:44:16, Allan Odgaard (mailinglist(a)textmate.org) wrote:
On 11 May 2014, at 3:20, Adam Štěpánek wrote:
[…] that is really annoying because you have to keep
actually closing the tabs […]
I guess that depends on how you work. I open files to edit them, with
what you suggest I would have to remember to actually “open” them
after having opened them.
And if I actually did want to only peek at a file, I would still need to
tell TextMate when I was done, so I could go back to the previous
document, “close” seems like a natural way to do that.
[…] is there something I can do about it? Is there
I could ask?
Your best option is to submit a pull request.
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