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@gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Martin Raspe <hertzhaft@biblhertz.it> wrote:
One question. Quote from your help text:
"The statusbar shows you which BufferSet scope is active for the current
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.