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    2019 ctrl tab different behaviour

    I have noticed in 2019 with more than 2 views open in tabbed form, that ctrl-tab doesn't switch to previous view anymore, it now cycles along the tabs list above drawing window. I suppose not as necessary now with the tabs visible, but still was a handy shortcut.

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    I don’t care for the tabs. Pulling them off is great and all, but the rest sucks.


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    I just worked it out, the ol' ctrl shift tab takes you back one tab and ctrl tab takes you forward one tab...happy now
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    Quote Originally Posted by biff View Post
    I just worked it out, the ol' ctrl shift tab takes you back one tab and ctrl tab takes you forward one tab...happy now
    It's always worked that way

    *Well, since I started using revit in 2008
    Last edited by elton williams; December 5th, 2018 at 08:29 AM.

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    But it seems to now work its way along the tab row, not back to the last view you were in.

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    What I find annoying is that if you have the views tiled you can't just double click on a tab to maximize that view. You need to use the Tab Views command. Unless of course its a view that you have dragged out of the main Revit interface, then double clicking works to maximize it.

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