Is there any way to switch between the two last used panes, like with Sublime’s next_view_in_stack command, which by default is bound to ctrl-tab? Does Atom have such a stack?
test driving a windows build. it’s nowhere to be found. extremely annoying.
Yes, this reallly needs to be possible.
In the meantime you can sort of achieve this by doing Cmd-T (or the Windows equivalent), then Enter, since the previously used pane will always be at the top of the list.
This suggests that Atom internally does keep a stack of last used panes, so adding a command for switching to the previously used pane (which can then be bound to a key combo) is probably quite simple. Pretty please?
Pretty please from me too. Stupid as it sounds, but this is a deal-breaker feature for me personally.
Moving also from Sublime CMD-T is somewhat a remedy.
I’m not using US layout so CMD-SHIFT-[ combinations are quite awkward
CMD-Tab switches logically between MRU applications, so Ctrl-Tab would be logical to use for MRU-tabs (maybe a setting if someone prefers the current behaviour)
tab-switcher also does this. After installing it, you can override the default tab switching behavior by putting the following in your
~/.atom/keymap.cson file (by default it just adds an extra keybinding for MRU tab switching, and doesn’t override the old one):
'atom-workspace': 'ctrl-tab': 'tab-switcher:next' 'ctrl-shift-tab': 'tab-switcher:previous'