3,388 votesJust Nothing commented
For the Anonymous guy (a big fan of Java and an anti fan of .NET) below me: You should understand that .NET was developed after Java, has something similar BUT not a copy (so that you said 'follow rather than lead'). Java syntax is one of the most annoying things I had to accept, too verbose and one of the most exemplary bad designs. At the time of approaching both .NET (C#) and Java, .NET had been much far better than Java in how easy we code and feel about coding. So I decided to code in .NET not Java - after that I'm not so sure how Java could become better? Maybe by imitating some features of .NET (more specifically of C# language)? Finally I read some article about the successor of Java and they call it SCALA, yes looks like Java won't be gone away but will be covered by that name, SCALA. Switch immediately to that instead if you don't like .NET, it may be the next world of Java developers, where you can be lifted to a higher level, at least feasible and more practical enough to be compared with .NET and C#.
Hi thanks for your votes and survey responses. We’ve closed down the survey now and are looking into options that would solve the underlying need that you’ve presented to us. However, due to prioritization of work, we will not be able to release this exact feature in a future update.Just Nothing commented
Normally you would have just some important documents which you are currently working on, so just make them sticky (we already have this sticky button on each tab header), even the number of documents can be larger, just make them sticky, all sticky tabs will be always shown and organized in multiple lines (if many enough). Adding this desired feature here is some kind of making things more complicated, we don't need such complication.