I did what you suggested, and it's starting to work - sort of. I
created a new project, and added the folder, rather than the contained
documents. When I did a Save As the same renaming problem happens, but
now the Cmd-Tab to another app and back trick works! So, thank you
very much for that!!
So, now to complicate matters: it gets really weird when you save
files inside other directories in your project. I have a file open,
and I go to "Save As..." and save the document within a folder that is
listed in the project, and the rename bug still happens. Also, the
'new' document doesn't appear in the folder in which it was saved.
However, when I Cmd-tab to a different app, and come back - the 'new'
file appears in the right place. However, the 'old' document is STILL
renamed with the 'new' filename. And when you go to open that 'old'
document (with the 'new' name), it only opens the 'new' file, and you
simply can't open the old one!
On 4/29/07, Andy Armstrong <andy(a)hexten.net> wrote:
On 29 Apr 2007, at 14:50, Chip Cullen wrote:
Wow - quick response! Thanks so much!
That was one of the suggestions from the old message posting from a
year ago. No dice. I can jump to another application, come back, hide
Textmate, come back, quit Textmate, relaunch - everything! And nothing
happens. The new file remains in the project drawer, and the old one
still has to be re-added.
Do you add files explicitly to your project or does it just contain
the contents of a folder?
It may need to be the latter to work - not sure.
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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