sublimator wrote:Control +[1-9] for select tab in current pane
Select tab in current pane will be in the next beta, so while I'm not planning to make this part of the default set of key bindings, it will be straight forward to set it up.
sublimator wrote:Control + Alt + [1-4] then [1-9]? for select pane with an optional tab selection afterwards (only if not holding down ctrl or alt and only if it's the very next key pressed).
I suppose extending that idea to move to pane, so you can precisely place the file in which tab position you want as well.
It's _almost_ possible, except there's presently no way to have discrete presses of ctrl alt or shift be part of a key binding - they're only addressable as modifiers on other keys atm.
sublimator wrote:I would like to be able to set the option for "nextView" and "prevView" to cycle through "all open files" __if you only have one file per pane__. Currently if you have two panes open side by side with only 1 file in each, you can't cycle between each other without using focus pane. Ctrl-tab is pretty ingrained in a lot of peoples muscle memory when it comes to editing only two files.
I'm concerned for the potential of something like this to cause confusion - it'll work fine to cycle between panes, until you accidentally open two files in the same pane, and then you're 'stuck' there. I'm more than happy to add a command to cycle between panes though, and perhaps binding it to, say, ctrl+alt+tab