He's probably referring to functionality provided by e.g. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/its-all-text/

Not sure if this is possible with Safari. IIRC Chrome for instance doesn't allow this.

On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 9:28 PM, Graham Heath <graham.p.heath@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, and welcome,

Re: #1:
  1. Go to https://github.com/gmanley/BBCode.tmbundle 
  2. Click the green "Clone or Download" button, and then
  3. Select "Download Zip"
  4. Extract the zip "BBCode.tmbundle-master.zip", which will give you a folder "BBCode.tmbundle-master"
  5. Rename the folder "BBCode.tmbundle-master" to "BBCode.tmbundle"
  6. Double click "BBCode.tmbundle" and install it with TextMate2
  7. Observe that you can now select BBCode from the language selector (in the status bar)
Re #2: Edit in TextMate you say? Where does this functionality exist? I’ve not seen this before, so as much detail as you can provide, would be helpful.


Graham Heath

On February 28, 2017 at 5:42:25 AM, Bodo Büttner (bodobuettner@gmx.de) wrote:

Hi, I am new to Textmate2 and just recently purchased a TM licence for it.
I would like to do mainly 2 things:
1) downlaoad  and install a bbcode bundle (through double-clicking ), (which I haven't been able to  at Google.)
2) install and use the edit in textmate command, so I can directly open a bbcode/Safari input window in Textmate, write my forum post and then close the TM window, so I can give the focus back to Safari.
Any hints, instructions would be welcome.
Sheers, marios666.

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