VS Code — Display Pinned Tabs on Separate Row
VS Code allows you to pin the editor tabs.
But did you know you can now display pinned tabs on a separate row?
This way, it makes it easier to differentiate between pinned tabs and regular editor tabs.
Let’s check it out!
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Display Pinned Tabs on Separate Row
, (comma) to open the Settings tab.
Or to go File -> Preferences -> Settings.
Search for “pinned tas on separate row” and tick the checkbox.
Now the pinned tabs are displayed on the top row, while the other tabs are on the bottom row.
You can also use the
workbench.editor.pinnedTabsOnSeparateRow (true|false) setting in your
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