How to set the 'Duplicate Tab' to display the new tab NEXT to the active tab BUT(!) - in parallel - that when opening a new tab with the '+' switch, the (really) NEW (default) tab is displayed AT the (right) end of all opened tabs (EXACTLY WHERE the '+' sign is shown)?
Additional question: Where/how can I set that double-clicking on an active tab will duplicate that tab (without having to awkwardly right-click to select it)?
[in preferences -> options you can't set both exactly like this]
Thank you very much, that works.
But the command/the item called "Duplicate tab" in the menu that one opens when clicking on a tab with the right mouse button can NOT be modified with Go CURRENT NEWTAB TABPOS=+1 ?
O.k. Leo, thanks anyway.
But one last question: You wrote: Scripts can do things when you hold Ctrl, Shift or Alt and single-click a tab, if that's any use. - That would be perfect (and very, very fast in everyday work), if you only would have to hold down for example the StRG-key and then left-click on the tab so that this tab will duplicate. The only problem is I'm not a developer and I don't know much about scripting. Do you happen to have a similar script from which I can deduce how to write such a script? Thx. a lot.
Running this useful script with a dual pane lister creates a new adjacent tab in the source pane, as expected, but as a side effect the new tab is immediately linked with the current tab in the other pane. If I execute the underlying Go CURRENT NEWTAB TABPOS=+1 command on its own as an instant command it works as expected without the side effect.
just for my understanding: What do you mean by "linked" exactly ("the new tab is immediately linked with the current tab in the other pane") - ... and with what effects or what effects are different with the user command you wrote?? Thx.