Hides Atom's tab bar without disabling the tab plugin.
Because I like to have a shorcut to close all open files and I found that the only way to do so, currently, is to close all tabs. The problem is that I also don't like tabs (I know, I'm picky), and the shortcut doesn't work if the
tabs package is disabled. The solution? Hide them. It might be a dirty hack, but I'm ok with it.
After installing the package just run the
atom-hide-tabs:toggle command from the command palette or through the defined shortcut (default is
ctrl-alt-t). If you want to run this automatically, you can add the following line to your init script:
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