Thanks, Allan. cmd-T is really great and will definitely change the way
I use the project drawer (i.e. less).
You're right--finder shortcuts are not necessarily "standard". Thanks
for catching that.
I'm fairly sure "descend into" would be great for the double-click
issue, though I'm hazy on the difference.
Allan Odgaard wrote:
On 10/07/2005, at 22.02, Dylan Smith wrote:
1. Double-click on folder name should expand
Not sure if by “expand” you mean “descend into”. Cause that's what I
plan for the future.
2. Standard keyboard shortcuts.
Probably you want Finder shortcuts :) TextMate uses the Cocoa outline
view, and thus the “standard” (according to Cocoa at least) keys for
navigation. That means arrow left to expand a group, return to “click”
it, space to rename (okay, this “standard” is from IB and Xcode).
As for first-letter navigation, try cmd-T and you probably won't have a
need for the project drawer anymore ;)
Thanks for a great product. As a recent switcher
I honestly feel
TextMate is one of the big advantages of using a Mac.
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