Recovering closed tabs

Within a given session, TestArchitect Client keeps track of the tabs you have closed and provides you with a convenient means to reopen your recently closed tabs.

TestArchitect uses a "stacked" format for tracking the history of your tab closings. Hence, when you request the reopening of a tab multiple times, you get the last-closed tab, followed by the 2nd-to-last closed tab, etc.

The following TestArchitect project items are supported:
  • Test module
  • Data set
  • Action
  • Interface entity
  • Test suite
  • Picture check
  • Result

There are two ways to quickly reopen closed tabs:

  • In the TestArchitect test editor, right-click any open tab. The option Reopen closed tab appears on the context menu:

    Important: TestArchitect remembers up to the last five most-recently closed tabs.
  • Alternatively, a keyboard shortcut is available. Press Ctrl + Shift + T to reopen the most recently closed item.
    Tip: Repeat the above steps to cycle through and open closed tabs starting from the most to the least recent.
The selected item is reopened as the active tab.