Allan, thanks for the response (I've only just seen it, having been away).
On 7 Mar 2010, at 16:31, Mike Lim wrote:
>* […] Should I be able to upload an image straightaway into the post
*>* before posting it?
You should, yes.
>* If so, how can I fix the problem I'm having?
If you get a regular link it sounds like you haven’t selected the
proper (Blogging) grammar.
What does the status bar show? and/or the tool tip which appears on
⌃⇧P (press that when in a blog post). Also, what extension does
your image have? And do you have multiple blogs or just one?
When I start a new post I do so by selecting New From Template > Blogging >
Blog Post (Markdown).
The status bar at the bottom says "Multimarkdown" (even if I select HTML
from the Blogging new template).
The tool tip comes up as 'Convert to PDF' (either on its own or with
'letter' or 'XeLatex').
My images have .jpg extensions, and I have two blogs, both on wordpress.com.
Thanks for any advice.
I've noticed that at some point, the Control-Shift-P shortcut that should
show the scope of the text the pointer is at stopped working. Instead, it's
apparently reverted back to the system default for that: move the cursor up
one line and select everything between there and where it started, just like
Shift-Up Arrow would do.
I've used "Select Bundle Item" to see if there's a Control-Shift-P
keymapping overriding that, but there isn't. Actually, it seems like the
problem is precisely the opposite -- the TextMate keymapping has been
lost. I've deleted local copies of the "Text" and "TextMate" bundles that
were presumably updated or modified versions, but no luck in restoring it.
Any suggestions? This is almost certainly something simple I'm missing,
but... well, I'm missing it.
this is weird, and I know it has worked a couple of days ago. I am puzzled and not sure what to check anymore.
I am running the MacPorts Python installation
in terminal gives
In Textmate, I have the following Shell Variables set:
TM_PYTHON = /opt/local/bin/python
PYTHONPATH = /opt/local/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/site-packages
When I run the script shown below from terminal using
the matplotlib window pops up, and all is good.
When I run the script from within TextMate using cmd-R the script runs fine unitl just before the plt.figure() line. Then in the dock the "python rocket" symbol launches, but no Matplotlib window pops open, no error message, just the bouncing python rocket.
I tried changing backends in the matplotlibrc, but only "MacOSX" results in no error message, which is what I have previously used.
What could the reason be why matplotlib doesn't work anymore from within TextMate?
Thanks for your help!
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import scipy.special as sps
# create x-array
t = np.arange(-3.0, 3.0, 0.01)
# create y-array
x = sps.erf(t)
# print x-array vs. y-array
fig = plt.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
# printx-array and. y-array, just to see something
print "done! Yay!"
I was wondering if there was a modification or bundle that would allow to right click on a file or template in the
project drawer, to create a new file from that file/template, rather than right clicking and creating new file, then pasting the info manually, I'm just looking for a faster workflow, as I create dozens of pages a day, and this would
On Jul 1, 2010, at 7:00 AM, textmate-request(a)lists.macromates.com wrote:
> On 1 Jul 2010, at 22:16, Watts Martin wrote:
>> I've noticed that at some point, the Control-Shift-P shortcut that
>> show the scope of the text the pointer is at stopped working. [...]
> The action is in the Bundle Development bundle. You probably disabled
> it via Bundle Editor ? Filter List?
Thanks for the fix, Allan--I was wondering what had become of mine too.
Hi I'm trying to configure my Textmate project/env to be able to find
I believe one way is to set a project specific environment variable
As far as I know this should be colon separated, so something like this
should be okay:
But (command)+(shift)+d, that is 'Jump to included file' just reports: File
Should I prepend TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY? and how would i do that?
in ruby on rails mode ctrl-h should show me the documentation of the
selected method. But I always get a window with the ri-documentation.
The headline is 'Documentation for xxxxx', but the content is the help
text of ri.