None of the suggested keyboard shortcuts for changing tabs seems to work for me. I’m using Chrome and Mac OS 10.10. Anyone else having issues? ⌥-Tab just removes focus from the current tab.
It seems I had some project specific keybindings. I’m not sure how they were set but I found them and they work :).
This is the current and expected behavior for switching tabs with Alt + Tab.
If you’re having issues with this, here are a few things to check:
- Give it a shot in an incognito window to make sure none of your browser extensions are affecting it.
- Make sure you didn’t change that keybinding to another action by checking in Settings > Keybindings
- Open up the browser console and reports any errors or messages you see there.
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Edit: I was a minute late So sounds like it was number 2 here
On OS X, you can use ⌘+] and ⌘+[ to cycle through editor tabs.
Thanks guys! I appreciate your responses.
This is not working for me. Im in windows with chrome as a browser
@rodolvelasco on Windows, the shortcuts are probably different. Try Ctrl+] and Ctrl+[ instead.
This discussion about Tabs has some information about the Cloud9 Keybinding system and how to remap them for your use:
It worked for me in my chromebook with
Ctrl+]. Thanks @xoob
In windows with an Latin American Keyboard I mean the one with the letter “ñ” to the right of “l”, I had to change the keybindings to because
] couldn’t be accessed by
Ctrl+Shift+key related to [ symbol my keyboard is like this
In conclusion, if you have a keyboard that access to
[ with key combination (example
Shift+[) you will need to access change the keybinding because
Crtl+Shift+[ wont work for some reason.
I was having a bad time because command+number was captured by c9 and I couldn’t change between chrome tabs. If someone else is facing the same problem, my solution is to use command + shift + [ or ] to navigate throughout chrome tabs
you can also disable shortcuts you don’t like from command manager