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Old 01-04-2019, 03:57 PM   #10
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This is not so much a "bug" as it is a conscious decision (albeit one not everyone is going to love) to close any html tabs that are being linked to the css files that are open (if one of them happens to be the current tab, it will be closed and reopened after) to prevent potential issues.

So the question becomes: is there a different way to avoid the potentially destructive consequences of leaving the tabs open while linking?

I'll see what I can see. Even if I reopen all html tabs that were closed, there's no way to guarantee all the tabs will be in the same order they were pre-linking.

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