@Gerd: Dear God, thank you. I have been keeping an eye out for the
'standard' location of PlistBuddy for a while now, since it seems to pop up
in the most random spots. Such a fantastically useful tool that I could
never find when I needed it.
@Allan: Thanks for just mentioning TextMate 2. :) It gives us all a sigh
of relief to know it's still out there. I'm sure I'm not the only one who
feels this way: TextMate opened my eyes. The elegance, the simplicity, the
flexibility, the power. I just fell in love. So when our exuberance gets
bothersome, just smile a little. We are just in love with your creation,
and love makes anyone a little crazy and goofy.
For some reason, this HTML snippet/shortcut does not work for me:
Wrap Selection as Link (⌃⇧L) — this turns the selection into link text for
an anchor where you can then fill in the URL.
Is it still available? Have I screwed up my config and lost it?! Or has it
At the least, I'd like an easy way to create anchors in TM. Is there one
I'm missing? I looked in the Bundle Editor.
I've just installed OS X Lion and having
a problem with the LaTeX preview.
I have the latest TM and latest LaTeX from MacPorts.
When I choose to compile a document (cmd+R),
everything works fine and my favorite Skim opens
the compiled pdf. But this is slow and jumps
to the beginning of the page all the time.
So I used the watch document feature (ctrl+cmd+W).
But now in Lion it fails to open Skim, and
despite that in the LaTeX bundle preferences
I set up to use Skim, TM always opens TexShop pdf preview.
Any suggestions how to tell TM to use Skim in Lion?
With Alex Ross' kind permission I created a clone on github and modified it:
The changes make it work much better with my workflow (YMMV):
- Shortcut changed to easier to use Shift-Cmd-C
- Instead of the temporary buffer document it now shows the scratch manager
- The file names in the scratch manager are clickable and bring you to where the scratch came from
I kept the original UUIDs (as they were in the svn review repo), not sure if that is a good or bad thing. Someone enlighten me please.
Is there an URL/RSS feed which will always show the latest version?
Due to my limited Internet access (long story), I have a shell script
which runs on a remote server every night and tells me if I need to
update any of my apps.
Most of the time this is pretty easy, but TextMate doesn't seem to use
Sparkle for updates, so I can't figure out what URL to check. There
has to be one since the app supports built-in version checking.
Any help appreciated :-)
Hi, recently i install couple of bundles, all of them is visible in bundle
editor, but working just a few, that was already .tmbundle filename
extension (like minimal design tools), but some not, (like jquery bundle)
which was originaly folders, instruction says just to rename them, so I did
so and they instaled but won't working.
What i did wrong?
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I am using mate on an italian keyboard.
While the menu tell me that I can do shift left wiht command + [ when I try nothing happens.
I have to do alt + command + [ to get a shift left but this last keymap is supposed to do code formatting.