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In visual studio, you can right click any tab and click "open containing folder" and it will open an explorer there. This would be a nice feature in Xamarin Studio.
Take in account this feature is already implemented in XamarinStudio, but it's in a different place compared to Visual Studio (instead of being in the contextual menu of the tab, it's in the contextual menu of the file entry in the solution explorer pad).
Still, it might be good to have it in both places.
This is fixed now, but unmarked as resolved.
Chris, can you mark as FIXED please?
This bug was marked as fixed for Xamarin Studio 4.0.9, which is currently in the beta channel. Try it out!