Suggestion: Keystroke to reopen accidentally closed tab

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Aaron W | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Nov 25 2015 5:01 AM

I don't know if this is already in the program, but this would be SUCH a handy feature. I can't tell you how many times I've clicked to a tab, but missed and clicked the X to close the tab.  Then I've got to go to my library, search for the resource, drag the resource back to the pane and then find the spot that I was at.  UGH.  This happens more times than I care to admit.

In web browsers, you can do this with a simple key command (Cmd-Shift-T in Firefox).  Man, this would be so handy to have in Logos.

If this is already a feature...please someone let me know what the keystroke command is! Thanks so much.

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Nov 25 2015 5:30 AM

Couldn't you do this from the history tool?

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Aaron W | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 28 2015 4:01 AM

Perhaps you can, but I don't know how.  It seems that a quick keystroke to reopen the tab would be useful.  I know there is a quick keystroke to close why not make a quick key-stroke to re-open an accidentally closed tab?

Just a suggestion that I would find incredibly helpful.

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GregW | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 28 2015 4:10 AM

I was very surprised when I tried it some months ago to find that if you go to Tools>History you can recover pretty much anything. You can also drag the History tab to your shortcut bar which would be pretty much as quick as a keyboard shortcut. Personally I don't think a keyboard shortcut is necessary, but do feel free to suggest it - I don't often inadvertently close tabs and reopening them isn't one of my main productivity killers. 

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 28 2015 4:14 AM

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