Open new file in tab
Mattijah S 10 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 10 years ago • 6
Hi, I've got a problem with open new file in textastic.
I have already opened some file (abc.txt) in first tab ,but I need to open next file ,so I drag and drop file to textastic. Problem is that textastic doesn't create new tab with new file ,but it replace/add text to current tab and name is still same (From previous file).
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I am dragging file into the window. I think that better is:
- Drag file into the window -> open new tab with file in the current window
- Drag file on the dock icon -> open new window with file...
Dragging onto the dock icon is the same as File -> Open which adds a new tab. Dragging multiple files onto the dock icon opens the files in multiple tabs in the current window.
Press Cmd-N before you drag the file onto the dock icon if you want a new window.
Thank you I know ,but I think that the ["Dragging into the window will add the file path or file contents (depending on modifier keys) into the editor. "] is not very important function. Much better function for this is ["Drag file into the window -> open new tab with file in the current window"] and ["Drag file on the dock icon -> open new window with file..."]. Is it more useful on this place + create new window by CMD+SHIFT+N and then again dragging folders is annoying. Also I think that more users are using this "function" then "function" for add content to the file...
It depends on you this is only my opinion...;) Thank you
I'll consider changing the behavior or adding some options.