[TxMt] Simple bundle question
jeremy at igneramos.com
Thu Aug 10 14:54:37 UTC 2006
On Aug 10, 2006, at 8:39 AM, Todd Dominey wrote:
> Ahh...see I *knew* I was missing something obvious. Thanks.
> It's a little strange though that some HTML bundles (like control-
> shift-W) work fine in Plain Text mode, but control-shift-L doesn't.
> That's what was throwing me off.
you can expand the scope of that command simply by appending a comma
to the scope selector. This will add a blank scope to the snippet,
making it available in every scope (with the lowest possible
specificity, so any other commands / snippets with that binding will
take precedence, assuming they're in scope.
Not exactly certain if the expanded scope on ctl-shift-W is
intentional or not, but since that behaviour makes sense in a number
of cases (well, really all the xml-related contexts), I'd be inclined
to believe it's intentional. If not, it's a serendipitous mistake.
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