[TxMt] Spaces

Thomas Aylott textmate at subtlegradient.com
Tue Oct 30 16:25:23 UTC 2007

There's a workaround for #2

I just wrote an article about it on my blog: subtleGradient.com

I'll be releasing an updated GUI replacement pack soon that fixes this  
issue today or tomorrow.

(Never wait for mythical upgrades that have no release dates ;)

Thomas Aylott [SubtleGradient] from iPhone

On Oct 30, 2007, at 11:40 AM, Richard K Miller  
<richardkmiller at gmail.com> wrote:

> So far I like Spaces, with a couple of caveats:
> 1. It can be confusing to open multiple windows of the same  
> application in separate spaces. For example, I'd like to have one  
> Textmate window for web development and another for my GTD list, in  
> separate spaces. The problem is that when I use Command-Tab to  
> switch to Textmate, it switches to the most recent Textmate window I  
> used instead of the Textmate window in the current space (which is  
> what I would prefer.) I think Command-Tab should give priority to  
> application windows in the current space. As far as I can tell this  
> is a Spaces characteristic since TextEdit behaves the same.
> 2. When I open the Find dialog in Textmate, it switches to the last  
> space where I used Find, instead of bringing the Find dialog into  
> the current space. I believe this is a Textmate issue, as it does  
> not occur in TextEdit. If this is scheduled to be fixed in version  
> 2.0, I can wait. Should I submit this as a bug, or is this expected  
> behavior?
> Richard
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