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Joined: 14 Dec 2004
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+1 for multiple file tab rows. Current status is definitely a pain in the asset and keeps me switching back and forth between UltraEdit & phpEd. A real performance killer.
(YEAH! 3 pages of requests over 3 years now...)
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Joined: 24 Jun 2009
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Same here!

Although I've recently discovered Ctrl+Tab which really helps!
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Wow -- let's get this to four pages of requests for multi-row tabs. PHPed is such a great editor -- so many lesser editors have this feature.

Also, an option to show a path in the tabs for those of use working w/ Zend or Kohana would be great!
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having to deal with more that 10 files at a time for a task means that the project is not well organized or you just open files u don't really need just to keep track of them... you are doing it wrong.

I use UltraEdit for keeping track of junk that I might need some time (logs, snippets, links, debug stuff )... and PhpEd only for actual coding.. and I worked on really big projects and never found the open file bar too little...
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shovels wrote:
Is there any way of having the files which are opened listed in a window, similar to the code navigator? I too have many files open at once, having a list of them at the side in a dockable window would make switching must faster. Even if I could just make the 'Window List Popup' dockable would be a great improvement!

Multiple rows of tabs would be OK, but it starts to eat up screen real-estate from the wrong direction if the only two options are 'top' and 'bottom' - 'Side' would be great!

Pretty please from me too!!!

Second that! I'm using Ultraedit which supports mulitple rows. But in my opinion even better is a open file tab at the left of the editor window. I'm using that in Visual Studio with a plugin.

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Any update?

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I hope that if this is implemented it will be an option in the settings because personally, I like it the way it is. I often have enough files open to take 3 rows of tabs and I would not want to see that. I don't mind using the small arrows to search left and right, or even better just re-openning the file and the tab is automatically selected (the file is not open twice).
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Multitabs won't be implemented in near future.
Docking is flexible enough to arrange multiple file groups, multiple rows, multiple columns. Try to use it.

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