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aristidesfl 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 4
Most of the times I just want to edit a single file and close sublime really quick, yet right now, I'm always presented with Sublime's "project mode" sidebar.

This prevents me from using Sublime as everyday all around text editor since the experience is not pleasant.

Besides that there should be not tabs if a window only has 1 file open.

The same goes for new windows, where a new file is created automatically.. not very sublime to have to take with a sidebar when all I want is to write some text..

cheers :)

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You can hide the side bar from the view menu
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You can hide the side bar from the view menu
Sure, but the problem occurs if another window is already open at the same time with a sidebar.

When another file opened from the desktop it opens in a new window, also with the sidebar open..

Also, when a folder is open from the desktop, the sidebar should be shown be default even if was toggled off before.

Plus the folder should be automatically expanded in the sidebar
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