VS Code Window Manager
This VS Code extension provides dynamic tiling features on top of VS Code's Editor Groups. In short, VS Code
You can install this extension with the command
Alternatively, you can install the extension by searching for
This extension requires certain settings to work. In your
If you use the VS Code Vim extension, you will also need:
VS Code Dynamic Layouts supports the following layouts.
Your first window will be positioned on the left half of the screen, and the rest will be place in a column on the right half.
Your first window will be positioned on the top half of the screen, and the rest will be place in a row on the bottom half.
Your windows will be positioned in a grid ordered by column, then row
New Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.newEditorGroup)
Close Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.closeEditorGroup)
Focus Next Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.focusNextEditorGroup)
Focus Previous Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.focusPreviousEditorGroup)
Swap Next Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.swapNextEditorGroup)
Swap Previous Editor Group (vs-code-window-manager.swapPreviousEditorGroup)
Toggle Editor Group Spotlight (vs-code-window-manager.toggleEditorGroupSpotlight)
This extension contributes the following settings:
All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.
[1.1.1] - 2022-10-23
[1.1.0] - 2022-10-23
[1.0.1] - 2022-10-16
[1.0.0] - 2022-10-16