Editors are saved into a persisted per-folder "slot" for later retrieval. This basically means that saving the open editors for one opened folder, will not overwrite or interfere with saving/restoring/clearing editors in another opened folder.
NOTE: Since VS Code doesn't yet support any API to access opened editors (see vscode #15178), this extension employs what amounts to a hack to gain access to them. As such there are many limitations in what can currently be saved and restored -- it is basically limited to only file-based text documents.
Adds a Show Saved Editors command (restoreEditors.showQuickEditors) with a shortcut of ctrl+k ctrl+e (cmd+k cmd+e on macOS) to show a quick pick menu of the currently saved editors
Quickly see the set of saved editors; select an editor entry to open it
Provides entries to Save Opened Editors, Open Saved Editors when available, and Clear Saved Editors when available
Use the alt+right arrow shortcut on an entry to execute it without closing the quick pick menu
Adds a Save Opened Editors command (restoreEditors.save) to save all of the open editors
Adds a Open Saved Editors command (restoreEditors.open) to open previously saved editors
Adds a Restore Only Saved Editors command (restoreEditors.restore) to restore (close all, then re-open) previously saved editors
Adds a Clear Saved Editors command (restoreEditors.clear) to clear previously saved editors
Specifies whether or not to open single editors in a preview tab