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Drew Pirrone-Brusse 3 years ago • updated by Игорь Силуянов 4 weeks ago 5

Ctrl+Shift+T to reopen that hard-to-find tab you just closed. And didn't want to loose.


I'm worried this might be a harder-than-it-looks type of problem, but I've started catching myself mashing that hotkey every time I mistakenly close a tab, or realize I actually did need that open. It would make my day if it actually did what I might expect it to.

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I missed this feature too, I made this work (only for the last closed file) by adding this to my  key bindings file: 


{ "keys": ["ctrl+shift+t"], "command": "open_recent_file", "args": {"index": 0 } } 

edit: If you don't know how to edit your key bindings, just read this page: http://sublimetext.info/docs/en/customization/key_bindings.html :)

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Holy shit that just saved my entire stylesheet for my website.
Very useful feature but what about scroling position? When I reopen closed tab, it opens with cursor placed to line 1. Is it possible to place it to previous position?