[TxMt] Re: overwriting opening tag doesn't mirror on the closing tag.
theorik at gmx.de
Wed May 3 11:35:25 UTC 2006
I think the main problem was that I felt by what I understood as your
telling me how to work with TextMate (or be ignored and irrelevant) –
without knowing me or my what I do, and judging from Fred's reply this
wasn't so far from how he understood you. Thank you very much for
clarifying your support criteria!
Scripsit Allan Odgaard diē 3.5.2006 12:40:
> On 3/5/2006, at 11:42, Theorik wrote:
>> [...] Not supporting non-US keyboard layouts is a severe limitation
>> and should be stated clearly in the manual and on the web page.
> Relax -- I did write that my statement would read akin to “boot into
I am relaxed, thanks. From time to time I feel like trolling when
provoked by a what I perceive as a utterly stupid statement.
> Windows”. Of course I do support non-US keyboard layouts, but there
> is really nothing I can do about the fact that some key equivalents
> are awkward. They are that in Apple’s programs as well (as previous/
> next tab in Safari).
Command-Option-Ä/Ö are a bit awkward, but feasible. Cmd-Alt-\ just isn't
(on my keyboard with a German Mac layout). So I have to remap (that's
OK); if something gets hard-mapped to Alt-E (€), I have a little problem
when I hit on it at the wrong time; no big problem, indeed, but
sometimes tedious. For the rest, see my other post.
( Some things just aren't mitigated enough by saying: "You won't like
this", are they? “Boot into Windows!” *g*)
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