I have a problem with the Subversion bundle.
The svn server uses svnserve. It checkouts ok through the bundle, but
when I try to commit something it fails with:
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Can't get password
Where can I enter my username and password for the svn repository??
Maybe an shell variable?
Does Textmate provide any auto-completion capabilities? (like RadRails is
starting to). If not are there plans to?
I mean those features like:
* type the first few characters of a local/instance variable name then hit
hot key combination and suggestions for current variables that match this a
presented to you,
* type a variable name then "." and get suggestions of available methods (a
bit more interesting I know for a language like ruby)
A Friend of mine hast a big problem with typesetting in TextMate.
When he uses TeXShop for EXACT the same document everything is fine.
But from within TextMate he gets the following error message with an
"Open"-Dialog popping up:
Output written on untitled.pdf
Viewing the PDF file with "Preview" works but not the preview in TextMate
What shall we do?
Thanks for your help!
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>> [...] Is there a keybinding or some other default I can set to
>> make PageUp/Down actually move one page up/down based solely on
>> the visible lines, not the location of the caret? (Move PageUp/
>> Down would then, either re-center the caret on the new page or
>> place it at the same relative location.)
> The default behavior is to move exactly one page up/down without
> moving the caret (look at the scrollbar for the exact distance moved).
> You can change it e.g. to move the caret as well . Could it be,
> that you already changed this, but moved the movePageUp:/
> movePageDown: selectors? If so, you get a third behavior, where
> caret will first move to the screen boundaries, and then move a page.
>  http://macromates.com/blog/archives/2005/07/05/key-bindings-for-
I just verified my key bindings and they're at the defaults (e.g.,
PageUp binds to pageUp:). I tried binding to movePageUp: just to
verify. What I'm seeing is different than what you've described.
Perhaps I've altered some other binding, but heck if I can find it.
As long as the caret is on the center line, I get the behavior you
describe. If the caret is not on the center line then I get other
behavior. For example, if display is showing lines 283-364 (so, 82
lines per page), if the caret is on line 323 (the center) and I page
up, the windows displays lines 201-282 (that is, it's move backward
by 82 lines. However, if the caret is on line 360 (below center) and
I page up, the window displays (roughly) lines 237-319 and the caret
is on line 278. It's moving backward one page as measured from the
caret location (360 - 82 = 278) and then making that line the center.
The visual effect is a movement of more/less than a whole page
depending on how far from center you are.
It seems that Xcode and TextMate do the same, while BBEdit moves a
strict page up/down (perhaps leaving the caret outside of the visible
window). If I could request something, what I would prefer is to
always move exactly one page up/down based on the window size alone,
regardless of where the caret is. If that leaves the caret outside
the window, well, Ok. It'd be cool if the caret would land on the
same relative position on the newly displayed page (e.g., if
displaying 100-200 with caret on 175, a page down would display
200-300 with caret on 275).
Is this making sense? Are there defaults or bindings I can change to
obtain this effect?
On Feb 22, 2007, at 8:52 AM, Nathan Paxton wrote:
> All bundles are in as they should be.
> Here's a screenshot. As you can see, the spellcheck is alerting
> for words in the preamble. It seems to occur with any dictionary I
I just committed a fix that should take care of the preamble issue
for the most part. We now match \usepackage and \documentclass
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Yes, I think the problem is encoding. Textmate uses UTF8 and perhaps Final
Draft uses ASC II? Is there any way to work in TM in ASC II or perhaps there
is some way to convert the file before I import it into Final Draft. Thanks.