[TxMt] Show Keyboard Shortcuts doesn't show all (was Lost Command-S for Saves)

Eric O'Brien ericob at possibilityengine.com
Wed Apr 5 00:34:13 UTC 2006

The result of running your bit of code was


I noticed inside it the fragment fullPathForApplication:@"TextMate"

and remembered that I had RENAMED my version of TextMate to "TextMate  
1.5."  Surprise! (or not) after I changed the application's name back  
to simply "TextMate" Running the Show Keyboard Shortcuts Command  
creates many pages of output.

I realize now that the only shortcuts I was seeing earlier were from  
bundles I had added or modified (that is, those that were in ~/ 
Library/Application Support/TextMate/).

Well, that fixes one mystery... two to go (currently).


On Apr 4, 2006, at 4:30 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 4/4/2006, at 21:52, Eric O'Brien wrote:
>> I renamed this folder and relaunched TextMate.  (A new folder was  
>> not created.)  Now when I run Show Keyboard Shortcuts, is empty,  
>> except for the popups.  The "Jump" popups contain only a single  
>> choice: "Bundles:"
> It might be, that it’s finding the wrong TextMate executable. Could  
> you try pasting the following 7 lines in Terminal, and see if it  
> outputs the proper path to TextMate?
> gcc -x objective-c -framework Cocoa <<EOF - && ./a.out
>    #import <Cocoa/Cocoa.h>
>    main () {
>       NSAutoreleasePool* pool = [NSAutoreleasePool new];
>       puts([[[NSWorkspace sharedWorkspace]  
> fullPathForApplication:@"TextMate"] UTF8String]);
>    }
> If not, you probably want to reset your launch services database:
>    /System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework/ 
> Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Support/lsregister -kill -r / 
> System/Library/CoreServices /Applications /Developer/Applications

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