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Better​Tab​Cycling

by ahuff44 ALL

Tweaks the behavior of tab-switching when there are multiple panes

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  • Win 217
  • Mac 91
  • Linux 59
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BetterTabCycling

In Sublime Text 3, when you have multiple panes open within a single window, holding down ctrl+pageup will cycle through all open tabs in all panes.

That's lame. It should only cycle through the tabs open in the currently active pane.

Installation

  • Install Package Control
  • Open the Command Palette (ctrl+shift+p, or find it in the “Tools” menu) and select “Package Control: Install Package”
  • Select “BetterTabCycling” from the installation panel

Usage

ctrl+pageup and ctrl+pagedown have been remapped to cycle through the tabs within the active pane.

Acknowledgements

This code was basically copied wholesale from Boris Treskunov's Pane Navigation plugin; all credit goes to him, the original author.

His plugin was only set to work in Sublime Text 2 and it seems to be abandoned, so I created this plugin to bring it to Sublime Text 3.

Boris, if you're reading this and you'd like me to take this down or transfer control to you, let me know.