joseph.walker at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 11:40:59 MST 2005
This probably depends a bit on how you use it.
I tend to use a tab for each train of thought, and to update the passages in
a tab as my thoughts develop.
Isn't there another issue that with a single url bar you need to press
return to "save your changes" into the current tab, or your edits will get
lost as a result of changing from one tab to another.
On Apr 3, 2005 3:45 PM, DM Smith <dmsmith555 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been debating on whether History and its navigation should be
> global or local to a tab (BibleViewPane).
> I am leaning toward making it global and putting it on the toolbar.
> Should it be on a "Go" menu as well. (Bookmarks would go here as well,
> when we implement those.)
> The basic elements are a back and a forward button. Hopefully these can
> have dropdowns showing what can be reached, with the ability to dig into
> the list.
> Also, a dropdown of history sorted by last access time.
> I think there is another improvement that should be made. Currently, if
> a BibleViewPane is labeled Gen 1 and Gen 1.10 is hypertext in a note on
> another tab, a new tab is created for Gen 1.10. I think that we should
> find the view that fully includes the reference, open that tab and
> scroll to that reference.
> I think that it is sufficient for 1.0 for history to be transient.
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