I was having a discussion with Further about browser/file behavior with Jim Neumann here
And changed mid-stream to a question about browser-style behavior in files, which I find annoying. I have another question and thought I should change the topic to avoid confusion:
If my cursor is on a filename in the hierarchy, and I select New Text File and name it, the new file will open with the contents of a previous file I looked at. If I hit the back arrow it will go back from that file to a prior one. I can’t go forward; it doesn’t think there’s anything in that direction.
To get rid of it, I have to arrow up/down to one of the adjacent files, and then it clears. This is an annoying extra step and it didn’t used to happen.
I really do wish I could turn off this “browser-style” behavior; leave it as an option for those who like it.