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Merge Windows

This Plugin allows the merging of all tabs in separate windows into a single window in SublimeText 3

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SublimeText-Merge-Windows

This Plugin allows the merging of all tabs in separate windows into a single window in SublimeText 3

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Background

If you've ever had multple windows, with several tabs in each, and then wanted to consolidate them all into a single window with a keyboard shortuct in Sublime Text 3, this plugin is your solution. Witih an editabled key-binding/shortcut (or through the command palette), all tabs of every window will be consolidate into one window.

Installation

Package Control

Easiest way to install is to use package control (⌘ + ⇧ + P) — that is command, shift, p. Type 'Merge windows', hit return.

OR

Manual

Download the package and place in the following directory: Sublime Text 3/Packages/.

Here's what's in the Box:

Default.sublime-commands — Command Palette Menu
mergewindows.py — Python Code that makes it work!

Usage

The is not key-bound by default. However, the key binding a I like to use is ⌃⌥⇧M (control-alt-shift-M). This binding can be used by adding the following to your 'Bindings - User' file:

{  
  "keys": ["alt+shift+control+m"],
  "command": "mergewindows"
}

Don't forget to add a trailing “,” if it's not the last item in your list of bindings. Feel free to change the binding as needed.

Acknowledgements

Actually, huge credit goes to two folks frmo the Sublime Text Forum this enhancement: @FichteFoll for the orignal recommendation and @valerij for improving it to maintain tab names of unsaved file.

Donations

paypal.me/chinchin96

Questions

Contact me at chinchin96(at)(google)(mail)dot(com)