> Can you drag from e.g. Mail's compose window w/o problems, or do you
> experience the same deselecting problem there?
No - After a little comparison, I'd say Mail is more tolerant about
the ever so slight moves of the cursor coming from the use of the
Intuos tablet. If I'm careful not to move at all in TextMate, it
works fine, but if I just work as usual, 1 out of 3 times, it will
deselect... In Mail, it just works perfectly...
I pulled out my old mouse from the box to compare and, as I
suspected, I don't have the same problem. I guess that's enough to
confirm my suppositions.
I suggested the idea of a pref for the app so that people who like
the default behavior won't see any modification as a regression.
Although the problem might not effect a majority of the TextMate
users (how many people use tablets for everything on their
computer?), it is still a very fundamental part of the feature set.
That's why I believe it deserves a little attention (read: "slider" :)
> On 31/08/2005, at 8.53, Stuart Hungerford wrote:
>> I'd like to bind a (different) key to the "next file tab"
>> function. Can someone tell me what the appropriate string
>> to use in the defaultKeyBinding.dict file is?
> Instead og editing the dict file, just go to System Preferences ->
> Keyboard & Mouse -> Keyboard Shortcuts and add your new bindings
That's a useful suggestion--thanks. In the meantime can someone
satisfy my curiosity as to what the bindable name of "next file tab"
is? Or does the Keyboard shortcuts system dialog write the names
somewhere I can view?
What does this do? I'd think it would go to the next/prev line in the
current column, but the behavior seems inconsistent.
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I'm currently using Textmate for a work-related
project. I collaborate with my boss, usually working
on the same files during the day. All files are
located on a server at work, so usually I edit them in
vim over ssh. Well the project has gotten too big and
I've been using textmate and mounting the remote drive
in the terminal using:
'su mount -o -P remote.server:/remote_dir
Now that mounts the files just fine and I can edit
them using textmate. BTW, the shell 'tm' is infintely
useful to me.
Now I keep having to type in my admin password
everytime I've been editing a file for a good amount
of time. This is getting kind've annoying and can't
seem to solve the problem with keychain. Is there any
ideas you guys might have so I don't have to keep
typing in my admin password to write to remote files?
Here's a snapshot of the problem:
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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How feasible would it be to set hooks like "on save", or "on close
project" etc. to TM? I.E. I'd like to run a command to sort all of my
import statements in files of type source.java, something like that.
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