[TxMt] how do you close excess tabbed files?

Allan Odgaard allan at macromates.com
Fri Dec 31 03:12:11 UTC 2004

On Dec 30, 2004, at 12:01, Ivar Åsell wrote:

> On a side-note that command usually(?) means "Close All" instead of 
> "Close One". At least that's how I'm used to the command (from 
> finder).

Currently TextMate has Close All Tabs on control-cmd-w. Mainly because 
option-cmd-w was already taken for Toggle Soft Wrap.

I've never mentioned this, but my convention was to (for most of it) 
use option-cmd for toggling of options (W/L/B for soft Wrap/Line 
numbers/Bookmarks) and ctrl-option-cmd for 'toggling' windows (S/M/C 
for Snippets/Macros/Commands editor, P for web Preview, V for clipboard 
history, D for project Drawer etc.).

And personally I place the majority of my custom stuff (macros, 
commands) on control-shift. I should probably change the Delete Line 
macro to use that as well, so to not conflict with forward delete.

In the same vein I should remove all default option key bindings :) For 
the records, I took option-L/W/P from TextExtras by Mike Ferris, who is 
now with Apple AFAIK! ;)

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