Closing the file by double-clicking the tab Follow
I think it could be a convenient way for closing a file by double-clicking it's tab (the way it's done in Avant browser). Currently, I can do it either by pressing Ctrl+F4 or right-clicking the tab and choosing "Close".
If I could just double-click the tab ...
Thank you !
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I would prefer that each tab includes an "x"-Button to close a tab, like it is available in JBuilder and Eclipse. With double-click it might be too often that you close a tab by accident.
Hmm ... cool ! Thank you.
Or mouse middle button click
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"Alain Ravet" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
That's the point - I would really like it to close on middle button click but on my mouse this button is bound to double-click .. Ok, Shift-Click does it's job pretty well.
And remember that not all mice have a middle button.
Lotus Notes closes a window by double-right-clicking anywhere in the window. This avoids having to find the tab to double-click or shift-click on it.
It's one of the few features of Notes that I like, and if IDEA also had it, that would be cool.
+1 for a x-button on the tab AND shift-click to close a file! has somewhere post a feature-request for these two things in the tracker?
Where is the SHIFT button ?
Michael Seele wrote:
+10 on the double-right-click. I hate having to reach for the shift key
"John Murph" <email@example.com> wrote in message
window. This avoids having to find the tab to double-click or shift-click
it, that would be cool.
Right-Click -> Close works fine and very fast for me.
-1 on any effort that may save at best 5 seconds per day.
Just my 0.02€
Agree. Another -1 from me.