Has the ranking code for ⌘T changed recently? Im on v2.0-alpha.9561
I've noticed recently when I try top quick open "view.php" its instead
ranking "review.php" at the top, with "view.php" 2nd.
There are no files open when I attempt this, although Ive been working on
review.php the past few days, so I wonder if theres some meta data which
boosts the rank according to recent usage?
TextMate 2 beta 3 seems to be crashing after compiling latex code a couple
of times after upgrading to Yosemite. I've tried a few different latex
files, which worked before Yosemite. I compile two or three times, and
Textmate closes and sends a crash report:
I'm on TeXlive 2014, but this happened before upgrading from TeXlive 2013.
Would anyone know what is going on?
I realize that this is an edge case, but here goes.
I’m writing Ruby scripts for a Raspberry Pi (RPi) using TextMate v2.0-beta.1. The RPi is on my network and I’m accessing the files via Transmit (OS X FTP GUI program). From Transmit I open, edit and save the files. However I just opened the ReadMe.tm created by GitHub, did some editing, saved and closed. I hadn’t seen that I had received a notice from Transmit that I didn’t have permissions to modify the file, but the changes were gone (RPi is slow).
The RPi is a $35 computer with GPIO pins to access devices. The “drive” is a µSD card with some variant of Linux installed.
I can change the permissions and will do, but may not remember in the future.
For the past couple of weeks, the log window hasn't been showing a link
to the LaTeX log after compilation. It just says "Complete transcript is
in " followed by empty space where the link used to be.
Any idea what might be causing this? Thanks.
I've seen some different behavior and I'm assuming the gutter has gotten some love lately.
Unfortunately I've just found a bug where the gutter will fill half the window, over the text, its non-fatal and only triggers on the HTML drawer being resized, so its probably pretty low priority, but its easily reproducible on my system.
It seems to me the text content must be longer than the page window, and it must be scrolled some.
Gist of the markdown used is here:
An Image here:
And here's a video of the bug:
Im using Command + Option + Control + P to show and Command + Option + Control + H to hide the drawer.
If the app looses focus, the bug fixes itself when it gains it back.
Thanks guys. Keep up the good work!
Graham P Heath
I have also had problems with Yosemite and Latex. Besides frequent crashes upon typesetting, I also found the following bug: If I invoke Zoom, either with a key command or by clicking on the green button in the upper left corner of a window, Mission Control awakens and moves the window onto a different level. The menu bar disappears, too. I disabled Mission Control ages ago, and never use it. I disabled it again via the terminal after installing Yosemite. But this "ghost" connection remains. I can enlarge a window by manually dragging a corner without encountering this bug.
When i open TextMate is always open a blank file called 'untitled'. Is there a way to prevent this blank file being generated when opening TextMate? Therefore can I open TextMate without without any file being opened?
I use the Open Terminal command in the Shell Script bundle to automate LaTeXing of files. When I give this command (Control Shift O), whether Terminal.app is open or not, a tab is correctly open in Terminal in the right directory for my LaTeX file, but when the focus is back in TextMate, a Go to File (command T) has also opened. How can I avoid this? I can see the following lines in the Shell Script Open Terminal command but don't know how to prevent the opening of the Go to File window:
tell application "System Events"
tell process "Terminal" to keystroke "t" using command down
Thanks in advance for any pointer.