Improve multi-monitor support
With the price of computer monitors dropping, more and more people choose to work in a multi-monitor environment. Working in this way can be very helpful when there are large quantities of information you need to process at one time. One of the best examples: software development. Working on projects in Eclipse on a dual or triple screen display is possible – but not that efficient as with other IDEs out there. Though useful, detached views become difficult to work with when you have many of them. Detaching multiple views (to move to to another screen) is an easy task – but to arrange them, you need to do it manually. It should be possible to have the same functionality that is exposed in the workbench: sashes!
Another common task for an application today is a fullscreen mode. As seen in other development environments, this can help to concentrate on the source code itself instead of being distracted by all the views, icons and other things around the editor area. Also, the size of the editor component can be improved by disabling the toolbar, statusbar and window border in fullscreen mode. This is not only useful with multi monitor setups but also for single monitor environments.