[wingide-users] Editor issue with Wing on XDarwin (OS X)SNYDER, BARRON F (AIT) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tue, 14 May 2002 14:36:03 -0400
Clicking on the blank area before opening a file still has no effect. But "New Window with Current View" does work. However, there is no way to change the view in the new window when one is finished with that view. Instead, I have to close the window and then do the "New Window with Current View" trick again with new code. But at least now I have a work around and can have two code windows open at the same time. Thanks, Barron -----Original Message----- From: Stephan R.A. Deibel Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 11:14 AM To: SNYDER, BARRON F (AIT) Cc: 'email@example.com' Subject: Re: [wingide-users] Editor issue with Wing on XDarwin (OS X) On Tue, 14 May 2002, SNYDER, BARRON F (AIT) wrote: > I've been using the new XDarwin version of Wing and can't seem to open two > editor windows with code at the same time. I can open one without any > problem, but when I try to open a second, it just puts the new view into the > first window. When I open a blank editor window, the window opens but if I > then try to view code, the new code appears in the first editor window, > leaving the second one blank. This appears to be a bug unless Wing does not > allow two editor windows showing different code to be open at once <g>. I believe there is a bug under some window managers some of the time that requires you to click on the surface of the new blank window in order to get Wing to use it. Another somewhat easier way to do this is open the new file into the existing window and then do New Window with Current View from the File/New area. This moves the view out to a seperate window. This is Ctrl-Alt-E in normal editor mode or Ctrl-X 5 3 in emacs mode. We don't particularly like the multi-window/view management in Wing now and plan to change this substantially in 1.2. But the above should work for now. - Stephan
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