So I am discovering that there are a number of things in a GTD file that can
halt in mid-stream the ical sync.
1) If there is an item listed in the file with the completed tag around it.
This is the biggest problem because when you cross out a to do in ical, then
sync with GTDalt, the syncing process shuts down as soon as the first
completed tag appears in the GTD file.
Here is the error output:
execution error: iCal got an error: NSReceiverEvaluationScriptError: 4 (1)
2) If there are two many blank lines between the last to do item in the GTD
file and the tag "end."
3) If the GTD file is not saved prior to ical syncing, I get an error.
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I'm using "Documentation for Word / Selection" of the Ruby-bundle
very extensive and so I spotted some problems.
When I load the "Documentation for a Word" with ^H (for example
"include"), then click on a Link (in my example "Module") and then
click on _any_ link, I get a white error page reading "Error: Not
Found"; but for a small moment I can see the new page was loaded. I
tried some things and after removing the following line in the
window.location.hash = "actual_output";
But I'm not really sure why, so please could you look into it.
There is also another problem, which annoys me. Sometimes when I
click on a link, then the new content is not displayed. Only after I
use Apple+A to select the hole text, the new page appears.
It appears to happen when the new content is smaller then the old
one, but I'm not really sure. Could you please check this too.
Thanks in advance,
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I've read the documentation and done some searching and haven't found
the answer to this.
For shell init scripts and various other purposes, I'd like to be
able to "type" characters like ⌃[ or ⌃G. You know, the kind of
thing you would precede with ⌃V in the Terminal. It seems that Cocoa
has a key binding for this (NSQuotedKeystrokeBinding, which is ⌃Q by
default), but it is used for another purpose in Textmate. Has the
functionality been remapped or do I need to try to define it for
Textmate myself? It doesn't seem to be set…
rob@kendra ~> defaults read com.macromates.Textmate
2006-11-29 14:47:10.910 defaults
The domain/default pair of (com.macromates.Textmate,
NSQuotedKeystrokeBinding) does not exist
On a related note, I'd like to be able to "see" these characters as
well, or perhaps toggle them of and on (with ⌥⌘I ideally). Texmate
is better than most Cocoa apps, as it seems to display a space in
place of such characters instead of nothing at all, but I'd like to
know what that space represents. Has anyone tried enabling
[NSTextShowsControlCharacters] in Textmate? I'm guessing there
would be undesired side-effects.
Should I have asked these questions before Allan took off? :)