Forgive the spam, but I can't for the life of me figure out what the
keyboard shortcut for the Edit in TextMate service is supposed to be
-- the cmd+-^- symbol has no meaning to me, and I have yet to figure
Any help would be much appreciated -- thanks.
I think command+option+w should be close all (windows in a project)
rather than soft wrap. All other applictions (and by that I mean at
least the finder and pages) close all windows on command+option+w.
The syntax highlighting for below shell script is incorrect, the
nested parenthesis are not properly handled. No idea if this can be
currFolderPath=$( /usr/bin/osascript <<"EOT"
tell application "Finder"
set currFolder to (folder of the front window as alias)
set currFolder to (path to desktop folder as alias)
POSIX path of currFolder
I tried to find the info I request now in the
archives and on google. I couldn't find anything.
Is there a way to change the behavior of the end-key
not to go to the end of a page. I whould prefer going
to the end of the line.
Can I configure something like that in textmate?
This is something I would like to have sometimes, to be able to
narrow the project tree in the project drawer to some subtree. For
instance, in a project with a lot of stuff (docs, aux scripts, etc.)
I'd like to focus on the source subtree when programming.
Just an idea to throw to the "desired features by at least one
I'm wondering if anyone else is having problems running LaTeX from
Textmate. I am geting curious errors regarding multiply-defined tables
and equations, despite the fact that all tables and equations were
confirmed not to be multiply defined. Note that running LaTeX from
TexShop results in a successful build. I am using the same version of
LaTeX for each.
I'm getting the following parse error when I try to run the "Blame"
command from the Subversion menu:
parse error puts ''+ linecount.to_s + "\n" + ^
This happened on build 540 as well as 567. I'm running 10.3.9.