This is a pretty frequent work pattern of mine:
1. Editing file A
2. Searching for function and opening file B
3. Closing file B because I just wanted to look at the function definition
4. Without this patch I get to the file following the B's tab (which
is just a random file) but my brain expects that I get to A
I know it's possible to kind of simulate the behaviour I want with
the "next to current" placement option but I really don't see a single
advantage of having tabs closed in sequential order. This is also
why I didn't make this behaviour optional. But maybe I miss some
use case of tabs being closed sequentially - just tell me.
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