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Feature request: switch to last (rightmost) tab #1623

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wdscxsj opened this Issue Jul 1, 2018 · 7 comments

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wdscxsj commented Jul 1, 2018

Quickly switching between tabs is dreamy. We can use Alt+1 to switch to the first tab, Alt+2 for the 2nd, etc. Isn't it nice if we can switch directly to the last (rightmost) tab, like what Ctrl+0 in Chrome does, so that one can bind a proper keyboard short (like Alt+0) to it? Thanks.

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Maximus5 commented Jul 1, 2018

BTW, my Chrome switches to last tab by Ctrl+9

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wdscxsj commented Jul 1, 2018

Yes, it's Ctrl+9 on Chrome. Ctrl+0 exists in my dream only. Thanks. 😄

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Maximus5 commented Jul 1, 2018

I think Ctrl+0 in ConEmu if fine hotkey for activation of last tab, will implement it.

But you can use it already with Macro Tab(7, 1); Tab(6,-1);.

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wdscxsj commented Jul 1, 2018

Wow, didn't know this. Thanks a lot. 👍

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wdscxsj commented Jul 1, 2018

I've assigned Alt+N to switch to the n-th tab (maybe it's the default behavior, couldn't remember). In this case, it seems that Alt+0 is already occupied and cannot be assigned to this Macro, unless all other Alt+N shortcuts are changed altogether. What is Alt+0 meant to do other than a placeholder? Couldn't it be used separately? I failed to find an answer in the doc.

Oh, I guess this is just what the new commit intends to handle, right? 😄

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Maximus5 commented Jul 1, 2018

  • Default is Ctrl+N
  • In the current build you can't bind Ctrl+0 separately
  • The next build will do the trick automatically
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wdscxsj commented Jul 1, 2018

Thanks for the clarification, esp. during the World Cup match. :)

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