[TxMt] Navigating fields in templates
singletoned at gmail.com
Mon Sep 4 12:44:05 UTC 2006
It seems to enter a tab character instead of moving you on to the next
field if you do anything other than type characters (such as use the
cursor keys or delete a character). That catches me out occasionally.
I've always wished the tab character was a different key than the one
for moving between fields.
On 9/3/06, Chris Rose <chris at offlineblog.com> wrote:
> Well, uh...
> You know what? It didnt' yesterday, but it does today. Which
> probably changed when I nuked ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate
> due to a bug with the XCode bundle losing files (another issue, and my
> fault entirely, that one).
> Sorry to ask a stupid, solved question :/ Thanks for the input.
> On 9/3/06, Allan Odgaard <throw-away-1 at macromates.com> wrote:
> > On 3/9/2006, at 15:38, Chris Rose wrote:
> > > It does, until you've typed a value into any of the fields, at which
> > > point it becomes just a plain ole' tab character again, at least in
> > > all of the examples I've tried.
> > So you press m⇥ and enter e.g. 'void' to overtype 'id' and
> > pressing ⇥ (again) doesn't select 'method'?
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