[TxMt] Open Document(s) in Running Browser - Does Nothing
chip.cullen at gmail.com
Wed Feb 7 01:02:10 UTC 2007
That did indeed restore the default bundle- thanks! However, I tried
Ben's suggestion and it still isn't working. It just sits there.
Thanks for everyone's help so far!
On 2/6/07, Simon Ruderich <simon at ruderich.com> wrote:
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> Chip Cullen wrote:
> > Hrm...
> > Ben- thank you so much for looking into this. Unfortunately, I did
> > what you suggested and still nothing. What i'm thinking i may have
> > done was try to fiddle with the bundle previously, and that's why your
> > fix may not be working. is there anywhere i can get the default bundle
> > short of a re-install? not that it's a big deal, just wondering.
> > thanks!!
> > Chip
> It should be enough to remove the ~/Library/Application
> Support/TextMate/Bundles directory. This will remove *all* modifications
> you made (using the Bundle Editor of TextMate).
> If you just want to remove modifications of the HTML bundle, then remove
> the file HTML.tmbundle in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles
> Hope this helps,
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