[TxMt] Always centralizes cursor's row on save

Peter Cooper peter at petercooper.co.uk
Mon Jun 13 00:17:22 UTC 2005

On 12 Jun 2005, at 19:48, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On Jun 12, 2005, at 19:30, Peter Cooper wrote:
>> Since upgrading to the latest TextMate, I've noticed that whenever  
>> I save, the screen jumps to centralize the row that the cursor is  
>> currently on. Why? This is driving me nuts because I'm always  
>> hitting Cmd+S (usually without thinking) every now and then while  
>> I'm developing and the jump jars my thought process. b5 did not do  
>> this.
> This sounds strange -- does it also happen if you select Save from  
> the menu (instead of cmd-S)?

Yes, Allan. It sounds like it's not an actual feature then.. ;-)

I just created a new text file, added a ton of lines, and it does the  
same thing also. Also, if I resize the window without moving the  
cursor, and resave, it always adjusts perfectly and jumps so the  
cursor row is vertically centered. It certainly seems very deliberate.


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