OK but how do you come with the fact that when the tabs are pinned you can
no longer see their names?
On Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 1:16:04 AM UTC, KC wrote:
> Hi there,
> Pin the tabs and then the little (x) will be gone, the tabs will become a
> smaller size but my experience is that this way will serve your purpose.
> On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 12:34:06 PM UTC+8, John . Smith wrote:
>> Is there any way to stop a Tab from being closed WITHOUT locking it?
>> If you are changing between Tabs by clicking on Tab names, it's all too
>> easy to accidentally click on the little (x) at the right of each tab and
>> thereby close the tab by mistake.
>> One way to stop this happening is to tick "Lock default in this tab".
>> However, if you do this it becomes impossible to change your filtering on a
>> temporary basis, and if you try to do so MLO will instantly create a new
>> Tab and take you there. And if you're not careful, pretty soon you have far
>> too many Tabs.
>> e.g. I find it quite useful to open up a Tab and leave the filters on the
>> left pane on the screen open and to step through the Contexts one at a time
>> (e.g. by using the arrow keys).
>> This works well, but if you don't want to be awash with new Tabs, (as
>> above) you should only do this if your tab is NOT locked. And if it IS
>> unlocked then (as above) it is annoyingly easy to accidentally close the
>> Tab. If you have saved the View that your Tab is using then you can, of
>> course, recreate the Tab as it was, but it's a fiddly, confusing, waste of
>> time to do so.
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