Or it could be a Dashboard with some usage statistics - time spent using your
'favorite' languages, most accessed commands, frequently used keyboard shortcuts,
number of bundles installed, etc.
Just a random thought I had - could be cool!
On 2/29/12 5:13 AM, Rob McBroom wrote:
On Feb 28, 2012, at 4:38 PM, Curt Sellmer wrote:
It would also be nice if there were a setting
where when you close the last tab in a window, instead of the entire window closing, a new
untitled document was used as a placeholder instead, just as when a folder is originally
In the meantime, you can use the File → Open Recent menu item to semi-quickly reopen the
thing. (Or right-arrow into TextMate using Quicksilver.)
Thank you, Rob for
pointing out this quick recovery.
FWICT, when TM2 is launched from the command line on a directory, the
window we are looking at is an untitled document window as opposed to an
empty file browser window. That's the crux of the issue, right? If you
close the last document window then the file browser goes with it,
because the file browser is an accessory to the document window as
opposed to being a standalone file browser.
This is a usability issue as I may never be able to prevent myself from
closing a document window. Even when clicking on the close icon in the
browser's file list, the browser is closed with it. I wonder how the TM2
Jedi Council will decide what will be the final behavior? Perhaps the
most logical thing for TM2 to do is to open an Untitled document window
if the file browser is in use and the last document window is closed.
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