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Status Submitted
Workspace IBM i
Categories IBM i Access Family
Created by Guest
Created on May 3, 2024

In the run sql scripts window, save the open tabs so that they can be reopened automatically.

In the run sql scripts window, several tabs are often open. When you're working on them for several days in a row, it's tedious to have to reopen them each time you start the window.
It would be very useful to be able to indicate whether or not you want tabs opened when you close the window to be automatically reopened the next time you open it.
An alternative (or a complement, in a perfect world) would be to be able to pin certain tabs. A "pinned files" option in the "file" menu would be added before the "recent files" option.

Idea priority Medium