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#1 JSGilliom

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 09:07 PM

I like being able to tie windows or tabs together with the "Tie To" feature. But what about having a "Lead" and/or "Follow" option where, for example, Window B follows where Window A is scrolled, but scrolling Window B has no effect on Window A. This would come from telling Window B to "Follow" Window A, or, alternately, telling Window A to "Lead" Window B.

Then we could have a passage of Scripture open in Window A and commentaries open in Window B. At any time we could switch from Window A to Window B and root around in the commentaries without losing the position of the passage in Window A. When finished, we could switch back to Window A and continue reading or studying where we left off when we went to root around in Window B

This seems like it would be a handy feature. What do you think?
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Posted 29 March 2010 - 07:56 AM

I like being able to tie windows or tabs together with the "Tie To" feature. But what about having a "Lead" and/or "Follow" option where, for example, Window B follows where Window A is scrolled, but scrolling Window B has no effect on Window A. This would come from telling Window B to "Follow" Window A, or, alternately, telling Window A to "Lead" Window B.

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This seems like it would be a handy feature. What do you think?


This would be a useful feature.




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