Posted 08 August 2018 - 10:03 AM
While our programmers consider your request, I'd like to suggest a work around. If many of your tabs are commentaries, why not use the Info Pane to access them?
When I am writing a commentary, I'll move my best reference resources to the top, so they appear first in the Info Pane. An option-click on a cover there opens a popup, where I can assess the value of the comments. If I want to read more, I click on it (which opens it in a parallel pane); I read it, then leave the pane open for the next one in the cycle. I then move on the the next commentary. If I click it, it will replace the previous commentary in the parallel pane, so the zone doesn't become too large. A Cmd/Ctrl-click opens a commentary in another zone, which I will sometimes do if I expect to be moving around in it (Sometimes I leave the zone tied to my main text, sometimes I untie it).
Just a thought.
Timothy P. Jenney, Ph. D.
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