On Sep 23, 2009, at 2:57 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On 23 Sep 2009, at 23:43, Scott Haneda wrote:
How would I go about finding the command-S in all these bundles?
Bundles → Select Bundle Item…
Click the magnifying glass and select “Key Equivalent”.
Wow, handy, thanks!
Now press ⌘S — it shows which items are bound to ⌘S
That said, none of the default bundles overload ⌘S and
Application Support/TextMate you deleted all custom bundles. Since
I only deleted a cache file, my app support dir is still entirely
intact. I am back to slow tab switches on occasion again today. I
turned off atomic saves, there was not any change.
this caused your problem to disappear, it seems like a
plausible explanation, and no, you won’t get told about ⌘S being
overloaded (had it been). That would make for quite an annoying
feature if each overloaded key prompted you ;)
Unless you know of any other plausible explanation for this, I will
just get used to it. The delay can be maddening at times. There
seems to be some data on this if I look, but mostly related to
projects, which I am not using. There are a few comments in various
blogs where others do share the same experience.
Thanks for the suggestions though.
Scott * If you contact me off list replace talklists@ with scott@ *