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(un)hibernate *windows*; *named* windows

Greg Minshall 7 years ago updated by Joel Thornton 7 years ago 0

i use windows a lot.  two things would be nice: 1) (un)hibernate a window (so, all tabs in window would hibernate or unhibernate); 2) *name* a window (so i can organize things, i.e., figure out what is where).  cheers!

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1) (un)hibernate a window (so, all tabs in window would hibernate or unhibernate)

This can be done by right clicking a Window header row and choosing Wake/hibernate all tabs in window.

2) *name* a window (so i can organize things, i.e., figure out what is where)

This can also be done by right clicking a Window header row, this time choosing Edit title.

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1) (un)hibernate a window (so, all tabs in window would hibernate or unhibernate)

This can be done by right clicking a Window header row and choosing Wake/hibernate all tabs in window.

2) *name* a window (so i can organize things, i.e., figure out what is where)

This can also be done by right clicking a Window header row, this time choosing Edit title.