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Jesse Squire 7 years ago • updated by Aaron Holbrook 5 years ago 3
I would find it incredibly helpful to be able to grab a document tab and drag it out of its instance of Sublime Text into either a new or existing second instance.

The functionality exposed by Chromium / Google Chrome is the perfect example of what I've got in mind.
This is functional right now on Windows (Win 7, build 2040). I believe it has been for a while.
Wow, so it is! Thanks for pointing that out; I'm still using 1.4 primarily, and had an outdated build of the Alpha.

This works, however it also leaves the old shell of the window behind. I would love to see this work similar to chrome, so when you drag a tab to a new window/area it leaves nothing behind.