Ok, I agree, so that means that if I have set the "New Buffersets
contain: copy of current Bufferset" option, and then change the scope to
"E", I should still see the same open files as before, but in a second,
newly created bufferset which is valid only for the current editpane.
So if I switch back to "G", I would see again my original global
bufferset, right? And if I again switch to "E", do I get my second
"editpane" bufferset back or is a new one created once more?
Just trying to understand :-)!
Are there any descriptions of "use cases" for all this?
Alan Ezust schrieb am 22.7.2008 19:22:
> Or to be more precise, changing the scope of the current bufferset
> implies that the bufferset you are using for the current editpane (via
> the buffer switcher or the buffer tabs plugin) should CHANGE and now
> show you the new bufferset.
> On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 10:19 AM, Alan Ezust <alan.ezust@...
> <mailto:alan.ezust@...>> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Martin Raspe
> <hertzhaft@... <mailto:hertzhaft@...>> wrote:
> One question. Quote from your help text:
> "The statusbar shows you which BufferSet scope is active for the
> EditPane (look for the letter "G", "E" or "V"). Double-clicking
> on that
> will allow you to change the buffer set."
> Shouldn't the last sentence read "Double-clicking on that will
> allow you
> to change the scope for the currently active buffer set" - ? Or
> did I
> still not get the purpose of it? If I am not mistaken, the bufferset
> itself (= the set of all currently visible buffers) should
> remain the
> same, while only the scope is changed?
> If you change the bufferset scope, how can the bufferset stay the same?
> In my mind, they both always change at the same time.