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
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.Hmmm..On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 7:32 AM, Rick DeNatale <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Steven Klass <email@example.com> wrote:But Chax and 1Password aren't working with 64 bit applications using
> 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.
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.