[TxMt] Re: Deleting files from project drawer
grahamamacdonald at gmail.com
Thu Sep 7 11:08:25 UTC 2006
I agree. I've mistakenly deleted files when I intended to delete
references before. I don't think the 2 options should be combined.
If there should be a delete file option, have seperate menu items for
delete reference & delete file. (I'd prefer not to be able to delete
files at all from Textmate)
On 07/09/06, Jonathan Mao <jon at jonathanmao.com> wrote:
> On 07/09/2006, at 6:13 PM, textmate-request at lists.macromates.com wrote:
> > From: guerom00 <romain.guerout at stud.unibas.ch>
> > Date: 7 September 2006 1:02:24 AM
> > To: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> > Subject: [TxMt] Deleting files from project drawer
> > Reply-To: TextMate users <textmate at lists.macromates.com>
> > Hi there,
> > I just want to know the general opinion about deleting
> > files from the project drawer.
> > Personally, I always only "delete references" and I find it
> > a little bit dangerous that the default action in the dialog
> > box is "move to Trash"... I have to be carefull each time I
> > press backspace in the project drawer.
> > Am I the only one bothered by this behaviour ? What
> > do you guys think ?
> > I would prefer the default action in the dialog box to be
> > "delete references" and on top of that, another dialog
> > box to confirm that I really want to move the file
> > in the Trash (OK, maybe this would be too much...)
> > Waiting for your comments :)
> Definitely agree with the confirmation.
> I find myself deleting all referenced files and re-adding them to the
> project drawer regularly.
> Because the project drawer doesn't update itself. I often start with
> a template, then 'save as'. When I do this, the file that I started
> with in the project gets replaced by the file I saved as. So, I then
> add the old file back to the project drawer.
> I also often work with other people. I copy their files into my
> project folder, but the newly added files don't appear once switch
> back to the project.
> Consequently, during the course of a whole site, it's (for me)
> quicker to simply delete all the references and start again each time
> I save a file.
> Maybe I'm not doing things the right way...
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