On 29 Mar 2005, at 16:46, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On Mar 29, 2005, at 16:49, Michael wrote:
I was wondering if anyone had got the built-in HTML drag commands for <img> and <css> to work in Textmate 1b5?
It works for me. What's not apparent from the bundle editor is that currently the extension of the file in which you drop the image is used to figure out which drag command to execute.
In the future this will be changed to instead rely on the scope, but for now the HTML file should have one of these extensions: html, htm, rhtml, shtml, phtml, php, php3, php4, php5, inc, cfm, cfml, dbm, dbml.
You can edit the drag command outside TextMate if you're using another extension for your files.
Currently if I drag a html or PDF file from the project window into a HTML file I'm working on it will create a <a href=""> link, but if I drag an image file or css file onto the HTML file, Textmate will insert the raw source of the dragged file.
Hmm... judging from this, your document does have the proper extension. Which extension does the dragged CSS or image file have?
.css and .jpg
Interestingly this morning after re-launching Textmate when I drag and drop an image I get:
Error 4: no file was specified Try 'sips --help' for help using this tool <img src="" width="0" height="0" alt="" />
but still get the source of a css file when dragged and dropped.
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