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Hide Tabs

by croach ST2

A Sublime Text package to manage hiding and showing tabs depending on how many views are visible.

Details

  • 2015.09.30.20.09.58
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
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  • Win 269
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  • Linux 102
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Sublime Hide Tabs

Sublime Text plugin to manage hiding and showing tabs depending on how many views are in the active window.

Installation

The easiest way to install the Hide Tabs plugin is with Package Control. If you don't have it installed, you can always do the following:

  1. Either download (and unzip) the zip file or clone the repository
  2. Move the unzipped (or cloned) directory into the Packages folder for your platform

To find the Packages folder

  1. Open Sublime Text
  2. Open the python console Ctrl-`
  3. Type the following into the python console:

    >>> import sublime
    >>> sublime.packages_path()
    

Usage

To use the Hide Tabs plugin, you must first make sure that the tabs are hidden by default. Anytime the hide/show functionality gets “out of whack”, just run through the following steps:

  1. Open up Sublime Text (and close all tabs, if any, that are open)
  2. Select View > Hide Tabs
  3. Quit Sublime Text (to make sure your new preferences are saved)