Now with tabbed editing. I love the drag-and-drop implementation — you can drag to reorder tabs within a window, drag tabs between windows, and drag tabs out into their own new windows.
However, it highlights an ever-more-common conflict in Mac OS X’s standard keyboard shortcuts. SubEthaEdit 2.6 still binds ⌘T to Show Fonts and sticks New Tab with ⌘⌥N. Long-term, I think Show Fonts needs a new standard shortcut; ⌘T belongs to New Tab.
★ Tuesday, 30 January 2007