[TxMt] feature: floating cheat sheet

Mats Persson mats at imediatec.co.uk
Wed Aug 23 17:03:42 UTC 2006

Hi Cristoph,

You could always use  Bundles -> Textmate -> Show Keyboard Shortcuts  
or press Cmd+Alt+Ctrl+K and then you get a functional window with  
your required info.

Yes, it could be more aesthetically pleasing, so IF you have the  
time, please feel free to make it look more iPhoto-ish ;-)

On 23 Aug 2006, at 16:53, Christoph Biela wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> once again, I have a (from my point of view) great Idea, but since  
> I do not know how to
> program it I am sharing my thoughts with you.
> I use TextMate a lot for Fortran those days, and markdown, so in  
> those two "languages" I
> know the shortcuts quite well.
> Now I start using TextMate to write Latex and I do not know all  
> those shortcuts I might need.
> So here is the request:
> Wouldn't it be nice to have a floating window (i.e. the one you get  
> in iPhoto to adjust contrast...)
> showing the contents of the bundle menu on the bottom of the  
> textwindow? (maybe one could
> also click the items and the bundle item will be activated).
> Of course it is much more efficient to trigger the bundle action by  
> the shortcut but during the learning
> phase and/or for not so often used actions it would be a help.
> Just some thoughts
> Christoph
> ~~~~~
> Christoph Biela
> cbiela at gmail.com

Kind regards,


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