Oh, let me add one last feature request ...
when you click on an item on the Symbol list ... rather than just moving
the cursor to the line item, it would be nice if the newly selected line
were brought to the top 1/3 of the screen. This would make the action much
more immediately available and remove the unnecessary up and down scanning
for where the current line is.
On 27 June 2013 09:18, Ken Snyder <ken+textmate(a)ken.net> wrote:
I love navigating classes with the Go To Symbol ⇧⌘T
dialog. So much so,
in fact, that I now have started keeping it open all the time so that I
have quicker access but also to just give me context of all the methods
available in the class.
That said, I've noticed that as you modify the file -- while keeping the
Go To Symbol dialog open -- the symbol links become out of sync and the
only way I know of to fix this is to close it and then re-open it. Is this
something that could be automatically kept up-to-date? If not, is there a
hotkey to refresh it?
Finally, as I've started to keep this window open I started thinking of
things I'd love to see added if possible:
- *Docking*. Could this window not be docked into the same location as
the file explorer? If this were done well it could be really nice.
- *Public/Private/Protected*. If there were some subtle but always-on
font distinctions between access modifiers this could be quite useful. I'd
love to also see "static" called out in some way but obviously don't
to clutter the font palette too much.
- *Signature Balloons*. If you held your cursor over a method it would
be nice to see the signature of that method. This would save a lot of toing
and frowing in a file.