- September 20, 2017 at 12:54 pm #22445
I work on a large web-based system with hundreds of files, some of them large. There are many issues assigned to me, so I create a workspace per issue so I open only files relevant to that issue, and I see in each one’s window the code I need to work on.
However some files, especially big ones, are relevant to more than one issue; for example, of the file ABC.html the top might be relevant to issue X, but the bottom relevant to Y. If I work on Y, I work at the bottom, but if I switch to X, I’d like to work at the top. The problem is that when I work on Y, the editor has saved the cursor positions and bookmarks, not the workspace. So when I start to work on X, I switch to ABC.html and see what’s relevant to Y, not X.
So I think bookmarks and cursor positions should be stored at the workspace level.September 22, 2017 at 10:57 am #22449
The bookmarks and cursor positions can be saved both in workspaces and in recent file list. If you clear the “Add Additional Information to the Undo/Redo History” check box, then bookmarks and cursor positions can be saved only in workspaces.
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