Danny.Bloemendaal at companion.nl
Fri Nov 5 05:30:36 EST 2004
Yeah, bookmarks would be nice. Also, what about a toolbox/window that
shows the following:
* your bookmarks (saved within the project so they are not volatile
(unlike in many other IDEs)
* resently visited functions/methods (also not volatile, saved in the
Perhaps you can switch using a tab or button between these views. That
way you can quickly
navigate between functions that you work on very frequently.
Auto-bookmarking is also needed but actually serves a slightly different
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> [mailto:wingide-users-bounces at wingware.com] On Behalf Of Hugh Gibson
> Sent: vrijdag 5 november 2004 11:24
> To: wingide-users at wingware.com
> Subject: Re: [wingide-users] Bookmark
> > Is auto-bookmarking using the arrow buttons in top left of
> editor not
> > working for this?
> I guess I'm not sure when it will bookmark. Typically I'm
> working in a routine and need to provide some methods in a
> parent class to access some items. I would like to bookmark
> the routine, add the methods in the parent then return to the
> routine to finish coding. If I set the bookmark I get straight there.
> Also, I can set multiple bookmarks, e.g. set one in the
> parent class, and cycle through them when I use the "next
> bookmark" key combination. That's something that wouldn't be
> provided by the auto-bookmark stuff.
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