Start IDE with the last open stack

Jerry Daniels jerry at
Wed Mar 5 14:55:13 EST 2008


GLX2 latest beta will do what you are trying to do. It remembers your  
last session (a preference) and also lets you store sessions and name  
them as "work spaces."

GLX2's Work Spaces are better than Firefox in many ways because  
they're made for Rev developers! Opening a Work Space does not  
automatically show the last stack(s) you were working on, but it does  
display all the tabs for the scripts you were working on. Showing the  
stack after that is pretty simple.

BTW, there is a preference for restoring the last tabs you were  
working on independent of using the Work Spaces feature.

See some snap shots: -  
GLX2 Home Tab shows Work Spaces -  
access Work Spaces via menu -  
Work Space chooser

If you're a GLX2 user and you're not on the GLX2 support site (where  
such discussions take place), sign up by requesting admittance via  
this email:

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Jerry Daniels

Daniels & Mara, Inc.
Makers of GLX2

On Mar 5, 2008, at 9:41 AM, Thierry wrote:

> Le 5 mars 08 à 16:28, Troy Rollins a écrit :
>> On Mar 5, 2008, at 4:57 AM, Thierry wrote:
>>> the scripts to be restored in the Glx2 Script Editor....
>> Doesn't GLX2 basically have this functionality built in?
> Do you mean it has when restarting Rev ?
> If so, what did I miss ? some Prefs ?
>> Or or you trying to do something different than what it does?
> Well, basically, wanting to have the same behavior as you
> have with firefox and tabs.
> Regards,
> Thierry
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