Yeah - nice when the window manager actually supports tabs, isn't it?
pekwm, ion, fluxbox, and others have had this capability for years...
Apparently compiz has it too (not certain when it was added, I couldn't find
it when I played around with compiz). Nice that KDE is catching up. ;)
But, IMO, it is still important to Zim...it doesn't seem that enough users
have caught on to the idea that tabbing / grouping is better supported in
the WM than it is in the application... Unfortunately, end users are still
very application-centric. (And by application I mean, Firefox, Zim, etc.
Not the desktop...most users don't see the desktop or WM as an application.)
On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 9:49 AM, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Just checked in a quick hack to view pages in a separate window. Doesn't
> > much yet, just read-only view, links will open in the main window.
> > you will now be ale to use the context menu on the side pane to open a
> > in a second window without changing the page you are working on. Check
> > bazaar revision 164 to try it out.
> > Would like to extend support to allow editing in secondary windows, but
> > first focusing on wrapping up enough open items to finally release the
> > python branch of zim.
> > Cheers!
> > Jaap
> Is there any chance of seeing a split window, or tabs, instead of
> separate windows? By the way, KDE 4.4 supports tabbed windows in
> applications that don't natively support them, so this is not an
> important issue for us KDE users at least anymore.
> Thanks, Jaap.
> Dotan Cohen
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