[TxMt] Changing language for a specific file

Peter Haza peter.haza at gmail.com
Sat Jan 5 13:26:48 UTC 2008

Use the bottom menu and select the language you want (in this case  
css), or you you can press ⌃⌥⇧C which will select css or give you  
a popup menu where you can select parse as css, which will also make  
the css bundle's commands take priority.

On Jan 5, 2008, at 6:46 AM, Nate Cavanaugh wrote:

> Hi there,
> This may be a bit of a newbish question, but hopefully someone can  
> answer it
> for me.
> I have quite a few JSP files, but a couple of them contain almost  
> solely CSS
> information (with some serverside info sprinkled in).
> So, of course, I'd like those couple of files to be highlighted as CSS
> files, with the CSS bundle to be active  for those files.
> However, the issue I am running into is that whenever I select the  
> language
> for that file, it sticks for all JSPs.
> So what would be the best way to get those few files to be read as  
> CSS, but
> keeping their same file names, etc?
> Thanks in advance for all of your help,
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