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  • #8723

    derekcohen
    Participant

    I use the document selector on the left. I may have 15-20 documents open at once. Is it possible to have an option that when the document selector is in use the tabs are not displayed at the top? As it is I have three rows of tabs and never use them – they just take up space.

    thanks

    Derek

    #8725

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi Derek,

    Unfortunately not.
    Thank you for using EmEditor!

    #8739

    MariaK
    Participant

    What’s with a macro to diasable/enable the ”Tab” function if the plug-in ”OpenDocuments” is active/inactive?

    #8740

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hi Maria,

    To enable or disable the Tabs, you can use the EnableTab property of Editor object.


    editor.EnableTab = true;

    To find if OpenDocuments.dll is checked, please use the following code:


    function IsPluginChecked( sPluginName )
    {
    for( nID = 5632; nID <= 5632 + 255; nID++ ){
    str = editor.QueryStringbyID( nID );
    if( str == sPluginName ){
    nStatus = editor.QueryStatusByID( nID );
    if( nStatus & eeStatusLatched ) {
    return true;
    }
    break;
    }
    }
    return false;
    }

    alert( IsPluginChecked( "OpenDocuments.dll" ) );

    Please let me know if you have further questions. Thanks!

    #8758

    derekcohen
    Participant

    hmmm. So I create a macro so that with my 30 open documents I can just select them with the document list on the left and do away with the tabs.

    Great! I end up with 30 separate document windows. Not what I either expected or wanted. I’d assumed that

    editor.EnableTab = false;

    would just hide the tabs.

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