[TxMt] Merging mine with yours

Andreas Wahlin andreaswahlin at bredband.net
Thu Aug 11 20:55:09 UTC 2005

Yep, those are mainly the ones I've been editing, actually, they can  
even change by project (I suppose). The snippets are my greatest joy  
in TM I think ...


On Aug 11, 2005, at 19:00 , Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 11/08/2005, at 15.46, Andreas Wahlin wrote:
>>> My suggested way to deal with bundles is to create a Custom  
>>> bundle where you keep your own stuff.
>>> And when possible, rather than edit a default item, duplicate it  
>>> and make changes to the copy.
>> That would mean also removing the (tab) trigger of the original  
>> then? It would be good to be able to copy entire languages, as it  
>> is now, if I want to edit a default snippet I have to copy it,  
>> remove the trigger of the original and move the copy [...]
> Well, the above was just a suggestion -- if you anyway clear the  
> original tab trigger, just go ahead and edit the original version :)
> I think the majority of HTML snippets are actually supposed to be  
> “cut down” by the user (i.e. remove the arguments the user doesn't  
> desire).
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