It would be nice if the Align Assignments command absorbed the smart code from the align bundle, which appears moribund (?), but which is much smarter about alignments.
Dumb question for a 12-year user of Textmate (we missed the 10-yer anniversary, it seems: happy birthday TM!), but…
How is the project folder determined? Specifically, I’ve got a tab open which is in a folder marked in the filebrowser (^⌥⌘-D) as the project folder (at least ) it’s ticked in the little drop down menu (see image).
But… If I ⇧⌘-F (find in project), the Dropbox folder is selected… What determines what is set when one used command-shift-F?
In general, I’d appreciate if anyone has pointers to a decent tutorial on how to use project folders.
I have a command I'm trying to create that pastes multiple lines of code,
the problem is sequential lines are not indented properly. If my command
pastes 1, 2, 3 on newlines for example, I'll get something like this:
since I invoke my command from the proper indenting (2 spaces over), but
the following lines are not indented at all. Is there a recommended way to
Are people using TextMate with Dark Mode? I see some issues with reading
text (find input text is black until unfocused, then changes to white), but
also curiously the icons in the outline view are also missing.
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I have a bundle command implemented in Ruby that uses TextMate.detatch. The tm/detach.rb requires ui.rb which requires plist.bundle. Loading the plist bundle crashes with a segmentation fault. The issue occurs on Mojave but not on High Sierra. I’m using "/usr/bin/env ruby20” as the Ruby for running the command. The command is available here .
Is there a hidden preference, modifier key, or some other way to make
“Jump to Selection” put the current line at the top of the window
instead of in the center?
Actually, one or two lines of context above the current line would be
even better. Like what `less -j4 file.txt` would do.