I am trying to use Emmett in the latest TM and the latest Mac OS X, and I get a crash on launch every time. There is a fair amount of discussion on Github about this, and links to a non-official branch that supposedly fixes the problem, unfortunately I cannot get it to work in my system, either. Has anyone else gotten this combination to work? If so, what did you do?
I'm using a bundle  to highlight trailing whitespace. When there is
some trailing whitespace in a document and I select the text and the
selection covers the trailing whitespace, the selection gets a darker
color where there is trailing whitespace. But it's not consistent,
sometimes it gets the darker color, sometimes it doesn't. When I start
the selection on trailing whitespace the selection that covers the other
text also gets this darker color.
It's a bit hard to explain this so I created a screen recording . The
red background color on the screen recording is the highlighted trailing
It's not a big issue since it's just the color of the selection, but I
though I could mention it anyway.
If I have a long line, most often in a Markdown file, the empty space on
the gutter is being highlighted for physical lines rather than the
logical line number.
In the attached screenshot, I would have expected the line number 23 to
have been highlighted. Instead, a blank space on the gutter has been.
Robert J. Rockefeller
Richmond Hill, GA
I’ve noticed that the find window is not tied to the same application space as the rest of the Textmate windows. Its shown globally as if the window were assigned to “All Desktops”. This is quite annoying as I often will switch applications using command tab, and then switch back to Textmate via the same key. When i return to textmate, the find window shows up in the wrong space, while the editor windows remain in their correct space.
The desired behavior would be for the find window to occupy the same space as Textmate, and upon switching to the Textmate application, the corresponding desktop space should be automatically selected.
I'm using TextMate version 2.0-beta.8.3 on OS X 10.11.1, with
the latest version of the LaTeX bundle. When I try to use the
“LaTeX Symbol Based on Current Word” command, it rightfully
complains of the lack to the config_helper.rb file.
Failure running “LaTeX Symbol Based on Current Word”.
LaTeX Symbol Based on Current Word:6:in `require': no such file
to load -- /Users/angelo/Library/Application
from LaTeX Symbol Based on Current Word:6