#1 ✓resolved
Mattias Arrelid

Dropping a folder on Kod.app in Dock.app doesn't auto-create a tab/window if/when needed

Reported by Mattias Arrelid | December 23rd, 2010 @ 09:15 PM | in 0.0.3

What I did:
1. Opened Kod.app
2. Closed the default tab
3. Opened Finder.app
4. Selected a folder, and dragged it onto Kod.app in Dock.app

What I expected to happen:
That Kod.app would auto-create a tab/window for me with the contents of the just dropped folder

What actually happened:
Kod.app didn't auto-create a tab/window for me.

It works just fine to drop stuff on Kod.app in Dock.app if there's an existing open tab/window.

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