I am trying TextMate on two machines, both PPC. One machine displays
subversion diffs with colours (the default behaviour, I believe), but
the other has plain old black text with white background. I am not
aware of having made any selections that should have caused the
difference in behaviour between the two machines. I looked in the
Preferences -> Fonts and Colors on the machine with no colours in the
diffs, and I see nothing that appears to be related to diffs. I
moved ~/Library/Preferences/com.macromates.textmate.plist aside and
started TextMate again, but the diffs are still monochrome. Where
else should I look?
I've recently switsched to TextMate and ... yes, it looks great.
A few questions remain, so:
- Why doesn't "Edit in Writeroom" work? It works in every other
application - and I tried re-installing it.
Any ideas? Thanks a lot so far...
Couple quick questions:
I would like to have the items listed in the Select Bundle Item...
(Ctrl-Apple-T) sorted, but I haven't found an option for that anywhere.
Same thing is automated backups -- is there an option to have your
previous version saved as Filename~ or Filename.bak, etc.
I'm a recently registered user of TextMate, and have two questions:
- On opening ordinary text documents the Line counter at lower left
shows the line number, but the column counter just shows '-'. How
do I get this to work correctly?
- How do I adjust the left margin for printing?... in fact, all the
essential printing parameters?
- Dushan Mitrovich
I'd like to be able to set an explicit "selection mark", as can be done
in EMACS, and then to cut or replace text in the selection range. (For
non-EMACSers; the selection mark is similar to a bookmark, but indicates
the 'other end' of the selection range, 'this end' being the location of
the cursor. Under most GUI editors, moving the cursor deselects
currently selected text, while under the mark selection style, the mark
stays in place even when the cursor moves, which is great the text you
need to select spans more than one page.) Looking at the relevant
section of the TextMate manual didn't indicate anything obvious, does TM
have any sort of support for this style of copying/cutting/pasting?
Now let's see if anyone else agrees with this... :-)
Currently in the bundle editor, there's an "Activation" popup menu that
has just two items, "Tab Trigger" and "Key Equivalent". Depending on
which is selected, a tab trigger or shortcut key is displayed and can be
edited in the adjacent text field.
I think it would be clearer, faster, and probably take less space in the
UI, to simply show two text fields, one with the tab trigger, and the
other with the shortcut key. And I think a significant benefit to
someone using a bundle is that it then becomes possible to just move
through the bundle items and see the shortcuts in the process. Makes
learning a bundle much faster.
May be this has being asked before!
Here goes nothing.
I will like to be able to split the screen like in emacs. or at least
left/right - up/down.
is that possible in textmate?
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i started using the todo bundle more extensive recently and
eventually took a look at the configuration possibilities.
i looked around the settings.rb and found
the announced preference dialog and
started using it.
first i ignored the RADAR tag,
but later on i found myself thinking about
"having something on the radar" as a future-task
or something similar. so i edited the RADAR
tag to match like FIXME or CHANGED.
after that nothing worked, because the
todo.rb expects the RADAR tag to be associated
with some spooky html-stuff which is not the
case for me.
error as follows:
`+': cannot convert nil into String
maybe one should fix that for future use.
the most sophisticated way would be to provide a
"MatchedTagFormatter" callback where one could provide
a snippet to format matched content.
in either way, thanks for a great bundle and keep up the
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