Oh, this is irritating. I take a break for New Year, and then I go into Komodo Edit and try to hide the left pane. For the life of me I cannot find the shortcut key to toggle the left pane. I see there is a tool button; I hover over it but it says no shortcut key. I look in the View menu. Nothing.
I’m sure someone answered this once in the forum, but I can’t search the forum every time I need to find out how to toggle something. It should be there in the view menu.
And yes, there should be default key bindings for all of this stuff, like in Atom.
I opened up Edit > Preferences > Key Bindings, and searched in the command text entry for “pane”. Immediately I saw the option to set a keyboard shortcut for “User Interface: Show/Hide Left Pane”. Is that what you’re looking for?
I did. There was nothing defined for toggling the left pane. (See @mitchell’s response as well.) But I’m sure one of you told me how to toggle it once without my having to go define a new shortcut for each new installation. It was in the the discussion for how to get into and out of focus mode. (I guess I’ll just go have to look it up. But I shouldn’t have to. It should be plain in the editor itself.)
Gotcha. This is something we’ll likely be doing for Komodo 10.
I want to prefix this by saying that your feedback is very useful and much appreciated. That said I’d appreciate if you can give it in a more friendly tone, we’re here to listen and help where possible. No one is disagreeing on the validity of these issues, but our first priority will always be to help you on your way.