Currently, it seems that switching document keeps already created split views. 
While an alternative model would be to keep split views per document. e.g. you 
could switch from one document-tab with two split views to another document-tab 
with three or more split views. Not sure why I brought up Total Finder other 
than to say; it has a nice feature where you can pin two different tabs 
together via double-clicking, forming a split view between them.

This does not change behavior in the other tabs.

/Joachim Mårtensson

Joachim Mårtensson
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On Thursday 22 January 2015 at 06:00, Steven Clukey wrote:

> On Jan 21, 2015, at 3:37 PM, Joachim Mårtensson < 
> (> wrote:
> > What I liked about my attempt was separate split view state per document. 
> > This was inspired by Total Finder.
> > And a close button in the statusbar, if I remember it was somewhat 
> > convoluted trying to figure out which view to close, since the statusbar 
> > belong to the view above, but should close the view below.
> >  
> > I’ll see if I can port some of my ideas.  
> I’m not sure I get what you’re saying here, perhaps because I’ve never heard 
> of Total Finder, but any help is definitely appreciated.
> Steven Clukey
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