Vertical tree view


#1

Is there anyway to get the tree view (the pane with project folders) to be on the top/bottom? Currently it only appears on the left side. I want it to be on the bottom.

If not, are there any packages that support this?


#2

Not as a user. It would require an update to the package code. Not a huge change, but it would also have to be redesigned for a horizontal layout.

If not, are there any packages that support this?

The closest I can think of is atom-commander. It doesn’t share every tree-view feature, but you can use it to browse files on your computer and open them in Atom.


#3

the tree-view for the project explorer is a pane so it can be dragged to where you like.

I keep mine on the right side.


#4

How can I get a “pane” container thingy in the bottom? I only see left and right.


#5

There should be a tab near the middle of the bottom where the linter shows up. Drag the tab of the tree view (where it says ‘projects’) on top of that.


#6

Don’t see anything like that… Mind uploading a picture?

I recently got a portrait side-monitor and Atom is literally unusuable on that…


#7

drag the “Projects” tab on top of the tab at the bottom (with the V in it)


#8

Have you actually gotten that to work? It doesn’t work for me. And it shouldn’t work, considering this line of code in the tree-view package.


#9

No, I haven’t. I have moved that pane from left to right and I have moved other panes from side to bottom, eg., scopes pane from debugger, so I expected the tree-view pane would follow the same interface.

My bad. I should have tried it first.

I have now tried it and you are correct…it does not work.

The line of code you reference does suggest that one could make it work if one really wanted to.


#10

That is absolutely the case.