Ever get to the end (middle?) of a day of coding only to find your window littered with tabs that are nearly impossible to search through visually? Find yourself rage-quitting all your tabs in disgust and starting over? No? Just me? Ok.
With this plugin, a simple keystroke
ctrl + alt + shift + w will close all tabs whose file has not been modified in the last 15 minutes (to change this interval, see Configuration below). It will only close tabs in the background – so files that are open and active in your window won't be closed. Likewise, it will not close files with unsaved changes.
You can also configure the plugin to run automatically.
You can configure the plugin by opening the Atom Settings pane, then clicking Packages in the left column, then searching for tidy-tabs. Click the Settings gear to make changes to the configuration.
Do not close tabs that have been accessed in the last n minutes.
Do not close tabs until there are more than this number of tabs open in the given pane.
Do not close tabs that have been modified in the last n minutes.
When enabled, Tidy Tabs will run every time a file is saved.
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