I have used Xojo 2013r3 only for a few minutes and it may be just me doing things wrong but, there is something with the IDE that I think could be (easily) improved: When I double click on an item in the Navigator it goes to a new tab, which is working well, but the title of the newly created tab is misleading, I think.
For example, if I have three methods in a custom class, myClass, and I double click on the three methods to have them in three different tabs, I get three tabs with the same title, “myClas”. That ambiguous title makes it tedious to find the method I looking for.
Is this the intended behavior and most users are fine with it, is it the intended behavior and most people think it should be changed, or is it a bug?
If this is how it was designed and most of the users are fine with it, how do you jump from one tab to another efficiently if you have several tabs having the same parent/container (and thus the same title)?
I looked for a feedback case related to this and I couldn’t find any. I tried “navigator” and “tab”, “tab” and “title” and “navigator” and “title”. Maybe my search wasn’t good, or is nobody else bothered by this behavior?
feedback://showreport?report_id=25140 is Bob’s feedback for the “multiple selection” problem.
Can find a Feedback case for your problem either.
For you it’s an annoying problem (for many others probably too ), so make a new feedback case.
Yeah, it’s annoying. I’ve even had an instance (not reproducible of course) where the same object was open in multiple tabs and changes from one tab didn’t get mirrored in the other tabs. That was highly annoying to say the least.
Sure, but I don’t want to litterthe feedback systemwith unnecessary cases, so first I wanted to make sure that I was not missing anything, that a feedback case for this issue does not exist yet, and that there is general interest in the change.