[TxMt] Easy way to open and see two files in a project at once?

Gregory Clarke greg at intelligentassistance.com
Mon Apr 14 16:35:34 UTC 2008

Wow, one I can answer...

Control-click on the file in the project drawer and select Open in New  


On Apr 14, 2008, at 9:20 AM, Steven Rowat wrote:
> Hi,
> Working in a TM project, I often have this problem:
> I want to compare code with another file in the project. I want to  
> see them both at once; possibly to edit one or the other or both.
> Then I find I can only look at one of the files at a time - the  
> second file always opens in place of the first one, inside the  
> project. I have to trust my memory about what the first file said.  
> Bad idea, usually.  :-)
> My current workaround is to create a new document, and copy code  
> from the second file into it, so it can float beside the project.  
> But this is a poor replacement for two active windows; takes several  
> steps, and only one of the files can be edited actively.
> I could also close the project, and open both files. Again, a poor  
> workaround.
> Is there any other way?
> If not, is there anyone else who'd agree this would be a nice  
> feature for 2.0?
> Especially this happens with CSS cascade files, where I need to  
> choose how the same parameters are controlled at different levels.
> Steven Rowat
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