You can also use the Quick File Open feature to open recent files as well as Bookmarks and History entries. By default, it is bound to the Ctrl+Alt+O key combination, and is also available via a main toolbar button as well as in the main File->Quick File Open menu.
Stale Files Warning
SQL Commander monitors open files to detect external changes, for example if an open file is modified by an external editor, reloaded from a network connection or repository, etc. If a file is externally modified, you will see a warning ribbon at the top of the editor area, presenting options to handle the situation:
You can turn off this control in Tool Properties/SQL Commander:
Drag and Drop a File
If you want to include an object shown in the database objects tree, you can select the node and drop it in the editor where you want it inserted. The Script Object dialog is shown where you can select exactly what you want to insert in the editor.
First of all, you can select to insert an SQL statement based on the dropped object, e.g. a SELECT statement or a CREATE statement. You can also choose to just insert the object name. The choices available depends on the type of object you drop.