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impossible to directly open a previously closed file from the side bar #563

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decathorpe opened this issue Nov 1, 2018 · 1 comment
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@decathorpe decathorpe commented Nov 1, 2018

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Have a folder open in the side bar
  2. Open file X by clicking on it
  3. Close file X using the notebook tab's close button (this could be accidental)
  4. Try to open file X again (won't work, file is already selected in the sidebar)
  5. Have to open and select another file first, before file X can be opened again.

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@millyguitron millyguitron commented Jun 28, 2020

After some investigating (and I could be completely off the deep end with this), Granite.Widgets.SourceList has a Tree class that has a method called set_selected() which then calls Gtk.TreeSelection's unselect_all().

It would be great to have a method to call unselect_all() on the tree selection from the FileView class. That way Document could call this method in its do_close().

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