>Really? How do you mean are you scrolling through them or clicking through 
them?

In my case, I click the mouse middle wheel button, the view will shift to 
next on the right side.

>.... would tend to left click with a mouse. And if I click on (x) by 
mistake there is NO recovery!

You need to consider "customized icon", just create some 15x15 pixles JPG 
and put some tiny texts in there, and covert them into ico extension file 
via online converter web app, and then add some customized icons into the 
pinned tab...., hope this help.


On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 7:18:38 PM UTC+8, John . Smith wrote:
>
>
> > I am not sure if this helps, but I can scroll through all tabs by 
> clicking the middle wheel of my mouse, hope this help.
> Really? How do you mean are you scrolling through them or clicking through 
> them?
> Either way the keyboard shortcuts Control/PgUp  and Control/PgDN work very 
> well for going through them in sequence... (much like going through MS 
> Excel sheets)
>
> But it doesn't solve my core problem which is that sometimes I want to go 
> DIRECTLY to a tab whose name I can see, and at that point (unless I have a 
> hotkey setup for that exact Tab) I would tend to left click with a mouse. 
> And if I click on (x) by mistake there is NO recovery!
>
> J 
>
>
>
> On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 2:36:47 AM UTC, KC wrote:
>>
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I am not sure if this helps, but I can scroll through all tabs by 
>> clicking the middle wheel of my mouse, hope this help.
>>
>> On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:59:00 PM UTC+8, John . Smith wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi KC
>>>
>>> To get clear, no, the left pane shows VIEW name, not actual TAB's (AKA 
>>> Workarea) names.
>>>
>>> Yes, if you pin the Tabs and if you also give them a suitable icon that 
>>> does stop you from closing them accidentally and yes, it's not a bad 
>>> solution.
>>> The advantage of having a dedicated tab for each of your views is that 
>>> you can easily step through them using hotkeys Control/PgUp and 
>>> Control/Pg/Dn. However I am unaware of any hotkey way to step through 
>>> different views from within one Tab.
>>>
>>> J
>>>
>>>
>>> On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 3:39:52 AM UTC, KC wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi there,
>>>>
>>>> It seemed to me that you can still refer to filter names on the left 
>>>> pane, but in my case, I have just a few pinned tabs and I use icons to 
>>>> help 
>>>> me to distinguish them, not a perfect solution, but it works for me so far.
>>>>
>>>> On Monday, February 5, 2018 at 2:01:43 AM UTC+8, John . Smith wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> OK but how do you come with the fact that when the tabs are pinned you 
>>>>> can no longer see their names?
>>>>>
>>>>> J
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> 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.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> KC
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 12:34:06 PM UTC+8, John . Smith wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hello 
>>>>>>> Is there any way to stop a Tab from being closed WITHOUT locking it?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Background
>>>>>>> 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.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> J
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>

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