Today I was working on a fairly large class and needed to compare two different areas of code. I’m used to using text editors such as notepad++ and sublime where I would normally just open the file multiple times. It turns out that Visual Studio has a similar feature, although it’s admittedly a lot less intuitive:
– Open the file you want to duplicate and make it the active tab (just click on it somewhere)
– Select window from the menu up the top
– Click New Window
This will duplicate your active tab. To place them side by side simply right click on one of them and then select ‘New Vertical Tab Group’.
Thanks to this Stackoverflow post for the solution: http://stackoverflow.com/a/772159/522859
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