[TxMt] TextMate's Missing Snippets Palette
factoryjoe at factorycity.net
Wed Feb 2 02:21:04 UTC 2005
It's probably no different than how it's currently done, except, again,
with a floating palette, I could drag n' drop a snippet ONTO a
selection, rather than select the snippet from a flyout to be applied to
my selected text.
This would have great use, for example, with your new "append to each
line" command. I could drag n' drop an "<li>echo $TM_SELECTED_TEXT</li>"
snippet and have it apply to each line.
Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On Feb 1, 2005, at 20:51, Chris Messina wrote:
>> I would also like to be able to drag n' drop a snippet onto a
>> selection and have the snippet wrap around my selection.
> Ehm... how? Shouldn't the snippet then somehow specify where the
> selection should go, and if so, would this be any different than what
> you currently can do, other than the way you activate it?
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