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R2014A, opens new script editor for every file

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Now that I've upgraded to R2014A, Matlab opens a new script editor window for every script I open. For all of the previous releases the default was one editor with tabs for each script. I can not find an option to change this back in R2014.
Any tips on where this option is hiding? Having 6 different script editors open is annoying as heck.
Cheers,
Brian
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 12 May 2016
There is no "Undoc". To get a single, docked editor window with tabs for all the m-files you have open like Brian asked, tayyebe actually meant that you should select "Dock editor" (as I said in my Answer), not "Undoc".
Ctrl-n is not needed for docking. Ctrl-n brings up a brand new, empty editor window, if that's what you want to do, or you can do Ctrl-o to open an existing m-file into a new editor tab.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 13 Mar 2014
Click the little downward pointing triangle in a circle in the upper right of the window and select "Dock editor".
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Philippe
Philippe on 10 Oct 2014
Edited: Philippe on 10 Oct 2014
Thanks! Your awesome!
This happened to me after trying out a different text editor as a default for editing in MATLAB. When I switched back to the MATLAB Editor as default, it began opening each .m file into it's own window/instance. I too was using 2014A at the time.

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Nicholas
Nicholas on 7 Nov 2014
Is there a way to dock all the .m files in separate script editor window and not with the interface?

fromLondon
fromLondon on 18 Nov 2014
@Nicholas: Just grab the editor and pull it out of the main window.

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