I use tabs in terminal.app quite a lot, and often close and open new tabs as I run different tasks. I'm very used to switching through tabs using the same shortcut as I use in Chrome and textmate, just hitting cmd + number.
Usually these shortcuts are relative to the tab order. Cmd + 1 is always the first tab, cmd + 2 the second, cmd + 3 the third, etc. For some reason though, recently I've noticed if I open a new tab (e.g 3rd tab) and close the second tab, the shortcut for the 3rd tab remains cmd + 3?
It's even weird if I'm on the first tab and open a new tab. It wedges it between the first and last tab (assuming I had 2 open and opened a 3rd), but the shortcut for the new tab is cmd + 3, even though it's in second place?
Is this new? Can I reset this somehow to be relative to tab order? This is really confusing and unintuitive.