I'd like different tabs to be visible at once, managed as separate windows (window manager windows, not Vim windows).
This is impossible, right? Just checking.
Yes. GVim is a single window app.
You can run multiple GVim instances but that would be multiple sessions. It may be enough if the only thing you "share" between tabs is the default register (which can be made to sync with the system clipboard via
I can see the appeal if you are doing unrelated things and don't want to mess with your current project or something, but what would be the benefit of having multiple WM windows for a single session?