In my usual Leo environments (4.11 in one place, 5.1 in another, both
Ubuntu) the top of the Leo window is a tab with the name of the .leo file
I'm using. When I open another .leo file, it appears in a new tab.
In the environment I'm trying to get working (OS X El Capitan / Anaconda /
Leo 5.3), there is no tab at the top of the Leo window and when I open a
new .leo file it opens in a new window. What do I change to make it open
in a new tab instead?
Also in the OS X environment neither Ctrl-F not Apple-F gives me a search;
only going to the Search tab works.
And, as ever: Where should I have looked in the documentation to find out
without bothering this list?
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