On Jan 30, 2011, at 5:55 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On 28 Jan 2011, at 00:36, Gerd Knops wrote:
I am trying to disable the annoying spinner in
have no effect. "TextMate.system()" works fine, so the TextMate object is
The ‘isBusy’ is to inform TextMate that the command is still doing work (after the main
command has terminated). For example this includes showing a warning dialog when closing
the window — it is not a way to avoid the spinner during command execution.
Maybe tell me exactly what your command does and the desired behavior wrt. spinner and
scrolling. Given the difficulty with immitating the auto-scroll, a JS API for enabling
this would likely make sense. I am less keen on changing isBusy semantics — your issue
here sounds more like a general UI request.
Ah, I completely misunderstood the meaning of "isBusy", and have now removed it
from the script.
I basically was looking for a way to make that spinner in the top-right corner disappear.
The window in question will be open for hours, and stuff moving on my desktop is
As for what I am doing I respond to that in the other thread.