When I select an item in the binder, quite often the selected document ens up being displayed in the wrong editor.
For example I may have the document editor on the left and a corkboard on the right, The corkboard editor is current (has blue title bar).I click in the document editor to make it curent, then click on a different binder item.
Exptected behaviour: The document editor changes to reflect the new binder selection.
Actual behaviour: The new binder selection is displayed in a document editor on the right, which replaces the previous corkboard view.
I don’t know if it’s related, but some of my documents have been renamed to include (Composite) in the title.
Thank you for bringing this up!
There are a few settings that could be causing this, so I’d like to ask you a few quick questions to eliminate some possibilities and try to recreate your setup:
Under “Navigate > Binder Selection Affects”, which option is selected?
Also is “Composite” occurring in the title in the Binder? Or only in the editor header bar? If it is the editor header bar it may be because the view mode is set to “Scrivenings”, though that should only occur if the document also has sub-documents, such as with a folder.
Ah, I feel a bit silly now.
Navigate > Binder Selection Affects was set to Left Editor. I’ve now set it to Current Editor, which produces the behaviour I was expecting. Thank you for pointing this out.
Re (Composite), this text was appearing in both the editor title text and the binder item text. However, having made the change to Binder Selection Affects the only place it now appears is in the editor header, which I think makes sense.
Thanks for your help.
No problem! I’m glad we were able to figure it out.