On 29 May 2008, at 13:15, Hans-Joerg Bibiko wrote:
We already have ⌃⇧P → Show Scope (as tool tip) and ⌃⇧⌘P
→ Copy Scope (to clipboard).
One could do similar for the statistics command.
Well, this would work for specific commands, but I asked for a
general approach. Sometimes it would be nice to have the message of
any command shown as tool tip in the clipboard etc.
I wasn’t necessary proposing we manually go and duplicate all
commands with tool tip output, just that maybe the decision to run
them with “capture to clipboard” could be made before the action is
But how about an option in TM's preference:
"Write the content of any tool tip to /tmp/TM_tooltip.txt"
I think a log is an excellent idea. So basically all (command) tool
tip output goes to ~/Library/Logs/ with a date stamp or similar,
preferably with some newline escaping so a “repeat last tool tip”
command would just tail -n1 «log», and similarly for a copy.
This also could be done for the HTML output. There are some XXXmate
commands which have a button "Copy content". By using such an option
one inherits this automatically.
There’s lots of boiler plate in the script runners which you don’t
want on the clipboard. So wouldn’t really work (and if you want to
access the raw HTML you can do ⌥⌘U — so I think log should be
restricted to tool tip / stderr maybe).