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islandhopper

Howdy!
Could someone pls help a newbie? Each time I open a PDF it adds to the list of open tabs. And I so far could not yet find out how to close more than one open document with just one click… :-((
Sure it’s my fault…
Txs.

kjk

There is no shortcut to do that. You have to close them individually. You can use Ctrl-w instead of mouse.

islandhopper

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TitaniumCoder477

Feature request! I would like to see Close all but this… like we do in Notepad++

GitHubRulesOK

1 or 2 clicks (and 3 keys) Workaround
(or script -new-window "%1" -page %p for just 3 clicks)

• Pick the tab you want to keep
• Press CTRL+SHIFT+N to open it in a new window
• Then hit top right close on the window with a thousand files
asmwarrior

Great, this method works OK.
Though I still thought we need a close all tab menu item

Salim_Imraish

Hello
i found the way to close all the document with the X

• open file txt " SumatraPDF-settings"
• change this setting with false ---- RestoreSession = false
is the 6 lines.

close and save
enjoy

GitHubRulesOK

@Salim_Imraish
Whilst I accept that will certainly (same as menu option uncheck Remember opened tabs) stop tabs from reopening in the next session.

It will not “close all tabs” which is the topic here

Butanium

A feature like in web browser in which you can select tabs with shift + click as you can do for files in Windows explorer would be awesome.