I believe MonoDevelop (bundled with Unity3D) has changed its
ctrl-shift-tab behavior and I would like to get back to the old behavior, as the new way frustrates my workflow.
ctrl-shift-tab) previously (and ought to) go to the "last viewed tab", in a similar way to how
alt-tab works on Windows. Unfortunately there seems to have been a change and now it goes to the "tab on the left of the current one".
An example of why this is frustrating: quickly looking at a class definition, you hit
F12 to load the definition (perhaps in a new tab), and then you want to go back to the code you were working on. Previously you could hit
ctrl-tab and you'd be back there. Now you can't do that and you have to actually remember what you were doing, which isn't good for my workflow (read: ailing memory).
I'm not sure when the change happened, or if it's a setting somewhere (I can't find it). I'm running Unity 5.1.2p2 and its bundled MonoDev 4.0.1. Noticed it after a clean install of Windows 10.
How can I fix this to revert to the old behaviour, or is there some other method to jump back to the last viewed tab?
It seems pedantic but it has a major impact on my productivity.