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Workbench editors keep a navigation history. If  you open a second editor while you're editing, you can press '''Navigate > Backward (Alt+Left Arrow, or the Left arrow icon back [[file:back.png]] on the workbench toolbar)''' to go back to the last editor. This makes working with several open editors a whole lot easier.
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Workbench editors keep a navigation history. If  you open a second editor while you're editing, you can press '''Navigate > Backward (Alt+Left Arrow, or the Left arrow icon back [[file:back.gif]] on the workbench toolbar)''' to go back to the last editor. This makes working with several open editors a whole lot easier.

Revision as of 17:34, 27 December 2017

Now, where was I?

Workbench editors keep a navigation history. If you open a second editor while you're editing, you can press Navigate > Backward (Alt+Left Arrow, or the Left arrow icon back Back.gif on the workbench toolbar) to go back to the last editor. This makes working with several open editors a whole lot easier.