- October 21, 2006 at 11:16 pm #3938tim254Participant
Does EmEditor support Multi-Document AND Multi-View?
I couldn’t find a way to do it, besides opening mutliple windows up. I’d love to see an option to “glue” the windows together. Two or three views would be great, since I have a 24″ LCD I can view three text files a the the same time without a problem.
I’d also like the capability to have a default view that takes over whenever I open files via explorer in that view only. That way I can use the other two views for text editing and the “default view” for opening readme.txt files, etc. I know I can do that now by selecting that text file first, but I don’t want to always have to remember to select that file first before opening up a new file. Let me know if you need further explanation of this idea.
TimOctober 21, 2006 at 11:24 pm #3939Yutaka EmuraKeymaster
Well, all you can do is open multiple windows and tile them. You will first need to disable tabs by unchecking Enable Tabs on the Window menu. Then select Tile Vertically on the Window menu. You can now open two documents in separate windows.
.October 22, 2006 at 1:26 am #3940tim254Participant
Yeah, that’s defintely not what I’m looking for. I guess I’ll just use EmEditor for opening up Readme.txt files, etc. and use Notepadd++ for editing multiple files or I’ll just open up two EmEditor windows and use tabs instead. I just thought this was a very unique feature that I’m never seen before and thought it would be great feature to add to EmEditor.
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