I just noticed this in the console  - I don't know if this helps..

9/21/09 9:47:31 AM TextMate[1120] didn't find rule text.xml 
or this one..

9/21/09 9:03:33 PM Lingon[14112] Error loading /Library/InputManagers/Edit in TextMate/Edit in TextMate.bundle/Contents/MacOS/Edit in TextMate:  dlopen(/Library/InputManagers/Edit in TextMate/Edit in TextMate.bundle/Contents/MacOS/Edit in TextMate, 265): no suitable image found.  Did find:
 /Library/InputManagers/Edit in TextMate/Edit in TextMate.bundle/Contents/MacOS/Edit in TextMate: GC capability mismatch

On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 9:27 PM, Steven Klass <sklass@pointcircle.com> wrote:
Would someone who has this running on 10.5.8 with 1.5.9 please do the following and TextMate open and Safari pointed at http://www.google.com

From the terminal
> sample TextMate 10
switch to a Safari and the input dialog box at Safari type your sequence ⌃⌘E.  From this Textmate should pop up type the word test and save it back to Safari. 

When you are done send me your log please.


On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 7:43 AM, Steven Klass <sklass@pointcircle.com> wrote:
Your comment caused me to go back and re-read everyones post.  For the record I am not running this on Snow Leopard.  Straight Leopard 10.5.8 with TextMate 1.5.9 (1510).

So I know the keybinding is working as I can see the Edit Menu bar highlight.  So clearly this is getting registered correctly.  However its the behavior which is supposed to open a tmp buffer in TexMate which doesn't work.  It is clear that simply shifting to TM and typing with a save won't work.  This caused me to consider other methods of doing this same thing.  1Passwd has written up a bunch of methods to make this work.  There is also a low level method mach_inject which could facilitate this too.


On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 7:32 AM, Rick DeNatale <rick.denatale@gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Steven Klass <sklass@pointcircle.com> wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I too am seeing the exact same behavior.  For me using the debug methods
> outlined here and here do not show anything useful.  FWIW other Input
> manager (Chax and 1Passwd) are working.

But Chax and 1Password aren't working with 64 bit applications using
input manager.

The current non-beta version of 1Password won't work in SL with
Safari, unless you set up Safari to run in 32-bit mode.  There's a new
beta version which works without using input manager.


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