[texworks] Tabs in the future?

Ignasi Furió ignasi.furio at uib.cat
Thu Aug 5 13:23:24 CEST 2010

El Thu, 05 Aug 2010 11:32:14 +0200, Matthias Pospiech  
<matthias.pospiech at gmx.de> vau escriure:

> Paul A Norman schrieb:
>>  |f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|f...|
>> Would be especially a problem when a master document needs all of its
>> sub document open for some reason.
> Just yesterday I had a latex project with > 40 files. I do not use  
> texworks because it has not project support.
> With texniccenter I could not use the tabs because it was a complete  
> mess with all files opened.
> However it provides a structured view on the side which makes it easy to  
> navigate. And one can switch between documents
> with ALT+TAB.

I think tabs are useful with and without project support. I work with  
WinXP and when
I need to open two or three files to copy and paste different fragments  
 from one
to another I prefer tabs than windows.

I've been using winedt for some years it provides project support with a  
project tree,
but also open as much as file you need. Tabs are openend with complete  
name organized
with several rows, something like:


Just my two cents.


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