edscott wilson garcia
edscott at imp.mx
Wed Jan 22 21:48:48 CET 2003
El mié, 22-01-2003 a las 10:11, gardnerj escribió:
> Maybe this is a silly idea, but seeing as how tabs seem to be all the rage now days. What with tabbed browsing, GAIM's got tabbed IMing, some of the heavier weight terminals have tabbed terminalling.
> Maybe we could add an option to opening folders to open in a new tab.
> What would be the benefit?
> Well sometimes a tree gets too long to easily drag and drop files up and down the tree, and it might look more elegant than having two xffms open to drag and drop between them. Just drag to the tab.
> Of course I admit I haven't fully explores xffm's functions so maybe there's a more logical or easier way to do what I describe.
The basic headache of xffm and other fm's is the function to monitor
changes not caused by the fm. Having tabs implies two (or more) trees to
monitor instead of one. So while it's not a bad idea, it might be a bit
complicated to handle. OTH, I use the "bookmarks section to put folders
that are far away on the directory structure into a virtual "close"
position to solve the problem of the tree getting too long.
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