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Author terry.reedy
Recipients giampaolo.rodola, gpolo, markroseman, roger.serwy, terry.reedy, veky, wohlganger
Date 2017-07-16.20:14:30
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Vedran, reread "continue ... with multiple windows".  What you describe as 'I have never seen' seems standard for tabbed windows applications.  I just verified that FireFox and Edge allow "separate windows that can be independently opened, closed, moved and resized."  (To repeat, I will NOT copy Notepad++ in restricting to one windows, which I regard as exceptional.)

Firefox also has both features Tal requested in msg110906 "And if you can have several windows, each with several tabs, drag-n-drop moving of tabs between windows is really nice to have, not to mention drag-n-drop reordering of tabs."  (Edge does not allow dropping on an existing window).  I would like both for IDLE if tk drag-and-drop allows.
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