On 19 Nov 2016, at 22:48, Greg wrote:
I haven’t been using this command. But tried it with
RC3 and I
stopped looking at 30k files. Is it looking at my entire drive. The
files are beyond scope that I have open, they might be in scope of
folders I’ve opened. Ah, I now guess I see what’s going on. I
Cmd-T on an untitled, unsaved file. Guess this is an unintended
It shows all files from the “project folder” which defaults to your
home folder (for untitled standalone documents). You can however change
the default in Preferences → Projects.
I wouldn’t really call it unintended, but the feature may seem
somewhat useless for untitled standalone documents.
OT: I’m surprised to see in this modern era, question
marks in place
of apostrophes, and things like "seeing the ?T + ? issue with.” In
case this gets munged on the way, in Mail on my up to date Mac this
has a question mark in front of the T and another question mark
following the plus sign.
I am not sure where you see this, it does not appear broken in any of
the mails that made it to the mailing list.