RE: [Patch] Open new tab at the end of tab stack
- John Beckett wrote:
> Bram Moolenaar wrote:I'll add [count] to the docs for these commands.
> >> Gvim opens a new tab just next to the current tab by default.
> >> Is it acceptable to open the new tab at the end of the
> >> tabline by default?
> > You can already do this:
> > :99tab split file
> > It's not default, but typing 99 isn't much effort.
> Bram - Did you see the comment from Marvin Renich?
> These work:
> :99tabe file
> :0tabe file
> but it is not documented that [count] works with :tabedit
> and :tabnew.
> If this is supported behaviour, the documentation should be
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