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Improve quick open feature to deal with full paths #8

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jleclanche opened this Issue Feb 19, 2012 · 5 comments

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jleclanche commented Feb 19, 2012

Kate has a quick open plugin (Ctrl+1 shortcut). Would be nice to have that feature in Juffed.

Proposed default shortcut: Alt+1

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Mezomish commented Feb 20, 2012

Could you please describe what does this plugin do?

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jleclanche commented Feb 20, 2012

Quick open allows the user to tab to any currently opened file by typing part of its path. eg with inputbox and list under it:

 Type here:
[[        quick        ]]
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[ plugins/quickopen.cc ]
[ plugins/quickopen.hh ]
[ quickplay.cc         ]
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Mezomish commented Feb 20, 2012

Try Ctrl+Shift+G. It deals with not with full paths but just file names. Is it something like you're asking for?

------Original Message------
From: Jerome Leclanche
To: Mezomish
Subject: Re: [juffed] Quick open feature (#8)
Sent: Feb 20, 2012 12:22

Quick open allows the user to tab to any currently opened file by typing part of its path. eg with inputbox and list under it:

Type here:

[= quick =]

[ plugins/quickopen.cc ]
[ plugins/quickopen.hh ]
[ quickplay.cc ]


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jleclanche commented Feb 20, 2012

Yup, exactly. I suggest improving it to deal with full paths.

And by the same occasion, it would be nice to have full paths in the document list panel (kate sorts the documents by folder, in a neat tree view, I would love to have a setting for it at least).

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pvanek commented Oct 18, 2014

Jerome, check it now. I did not know about this feature before but now I find it really useful.

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