On 5/27/2005 4:05:51 PM, Ted Green wrote:
>If you are editing file A,
>then edit file B, then open
>file C, it makes more sense to
>go to file B, which is the
>last one you were editing.
Yes, it may be slightly higher probability that B was the last one you were editing, but not much higher.
It would be much better if Vedit would actually remember which file I was last editing. Or, better still, keep a full MRU list and have "Back" and "Forward" buttons, as in web browsers.
This would be useful for example when you need to repeatedly switch between two files.
Talking about web browsers, Netscape works like Vedit: when you close one tab, the previous one (to the left) is displayed. I don't like that at all. Opera on the other hand works as expected, it displays the most recently viewed tab.