Anyone have a good rule of thumb on what settings should be app global, and what should be window specific? This always trips me up and gives me a headache. For example a global setting means that when you change the setting it immediately applies to all open windows. On the other hand a window specific setting only applies to the current window.
Generally window specific setting are more flexible (since you can have different windows with different settings), but also more complicated and irritating because you can have all your windows in different states.
For example consider the follow menu commands:
- Dark Mode
- Focus Mode
- Mark Line
- Text Wrap
- Text Size
Any thoughts on what commands should be global and which should be window specific? Or assuming that global is better (since simpler is better), what commands would you really want to be window specific?