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I just tried this under Snow Leopard and it worked beautifully: Open System Preferences => Keyboard Go to Keyboard Shortcuts Click on "Application Shortcuts" on the left Click the little "+" to add a program Navigate to Terminal (it's hidden in Applications/Utilities) For the Menu Title type "Show Next Tab" or "Show Previous Tab" ("Select Next Tab" and "...


Sorry for the self-promotion, I'm the author of another Console Emulator, not mentioned here. ConEmu is opensource console emulator with tabs, which represents multiple consoles and simple GUI applications as one customizable GUI window. Initially, the program was designed to work with Far Manager (my favorite shell replacement - file and archive ...


See "How to Disable IE8/IE9 Tab previews in Windows 7 taskbar" To disable IE tab previews in taskbar, just open Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options. Open settings for ‘Tabs’ and uncheck the box saying ‘Show previews for individual tabs in the taskbar’. Click Ok and restart IE for letting changes to take effect. This solution will ...


Next tab: gt Prior tab: gT Numbered tab: nnngt


Accidental Closure Prevention I closed Chrome by accident. Yes, unfortunately the devs have chosen not to build in a prompt to prevent this. You’ll have to tray out some of the extensions that have been written to deal with this and pick one that suits you (unfortunately, due to Chrome’s design, the extensions will need to keep an extra couple of ...


Each connection to a website uses a different socket with default destination TCP port 80 for plain HTTP and 443 for HTTPS. For the socket to be unique, the combination of the source IP address, source TCP port, destination IP address and destination TCP port must be different. If you have multiple connections to the same website (assuming the website uses ...


:tab all will open all the files in Vim's argument list in individual tabs. The argument list is initially set to the list of file names given on the command line when Vim is started. The list may be changed with the :args and related commands. See :help :all :help argument-list Example: :args *.c :tab all will open all the .c files in the current ...


Natively You can do this natively in Notepad++, but in order to replicate the behaviour of Firefox, you need to disable the document switcher and MRU behaviour. Disable MRU functionality Navigate to Settings > Preferences... > MISC.. Where it says Document Switcher (Ctrl+TAB) uncheck the first check box Enable. Hit the Close button. Create the Ctrl+...


According to the documentation Wiki: When more tabs that can fit on the view are displayed: if Settings -> Preferences -> General -> Tab bar -> Multiline is checked, several rows of tabs will stack. Clicking on a tab brings to the bottommost row the whole row of tabs Otherwise a pair of small buttons pointing left and right will show, and clicking them ...


Type about:config on Firefox address bar. Search for browser.fullscreen.autohide Set it to false There you go.


I'm using Notepad++ version 5.7, and it's simple to change the behavior to do exactly what you're looking for -- use Ctrl+PgUp/PgDown to change tabs just like in Firefox. Here's how: Step 1: Click Settings | Shortcut Mapper... and make sure "Main menu" is highlighted at the top of the window. Then scroll to the very bottom of the list, and find the line ...


Do browsers use different ports to connect to different websites? Yes, they do. Here is an example, showing my current Firefox connections (I have 9 open tabs) on Windows 7: Notes: You can see that the local ports are all different. The remote ports are usually 80 (HTTP), 443 (HTTPS) or 8080 (HTTP Alternate). Many other ports are used to host web ...


try to kill command. select stalled window ( C-a :select <stalled window number> ) send kill command ( C-a :kill )


You should be able to do a regular expression find/replace in Notepad++ using a pattern like \s+$. There are also a few options under menu Edit -> Blank Operations that may fit your needs. Under the "Macro" menu there's an option for "Trim trailing and save". If you need to do a regular expression it may be possible to create a macro however I've never ...


You wish to open a buffer in a new tab ? Split up the screen (Ctrl-W s), take up a window, and Ctrl-W T


Check out Console. Console is a Windows console window enhancement. Console features include: multiple tabs, text editor-like text selection, different background types, alpha and color-key transparency, configurable font, different window styles


From main window, select Window - Preferences. On left, tree view, select General - Search. On the right, remove "Reuse editors to show matches". Click on OK button.


When exiting Chrome, always use the Exit action from the menu. This will close all windows and, given that you have Continue where I left off enabled in the options, all windows will be reopened when you start Chrome the next time.


Add this to your .screenrc file: caption always "%{= kw}%-w%{= BW}%n %t%{-}%+w %-= @%H - %LD %d %LM - %c" After you restart your screen, there's a status bar below showing the current tab name, and as a bonus your current host name and time -- modify them away at will if you so wish. To rename a tab, press ctrl+a A and give it a new name. You can move ...


Select next (right) tab CMD + } Select previous (left) tab CMD + { So you would need to do CMD + Shift + [ or ] for left and right respectively.


After a table is opened in a tab, pin it ( ie, click on pin ) to freeze the view of the table on that tab. Repeat the same for other tables you wish to open.


Try Ctrl+Cmd+F. That exits presentation mode and (I think) solves your problem.


When you start vim like that, you don't get a vim client, the text editor is using the terminal or cmd prompt - the two files are in two different buffers. Use :ls to list the buffers: :ls 1 %a "foo" line 6 2 "bar" line 0 The %a is the active buffer. You can use :b2 to switch to buffer 2 or use :bn to cycle to the ...


Alt+Shift+S does what you want. In fact it also saves the file. Update As 10basetom noted, you can assign a different shortcut to this macro. You can control your shortcuts under Settings > Shortcut Mapper > [Macros].


A better way to accomplish what OP asked for is this: :bufdo tab split This will open each buffer into a tab of its own, no matter how many there are. If you use this much, it's easy to make into a mapping in your .vimrc. Combined with something like this little vim plugin the following will open every item from :grep (or :Ack) in a tab of its own: :...


Folow these steps: Tools Preferences Database ObjectViewer Parameters Automatically Freeze Object Viewer Windows Then restart SQL developer


Since MacVim is an actual program on Mac OS, you can map tab switching the same way you map commands in any program (which I personally just learned about recently). Open up System Preferences, select "Keyboard", then "Application Shortcuts" (in the left menu). Under the menu on the right, click on the plus (+) to add a new command. Choose MacVim for the ...


Hit Shift+Enter. Seems to work for me.


It's in sessionstore.js in your profile directory. (This might also show sessionstore.bak, which is a backup of the previous version of that file.)

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