[TxMt] Re: Go to file performance
christopher at creutzig.de
Mon Jan 23 07:37:27 UTC 2012
On 21.01.12 04:18, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> That said, display names are also things like making “/” show as “Macintosh HD” (or whatever it is named), so not sure we can do entirely without them.
Like I said, I'd actually prefer that. I spend half my time on the
command line, where it's called “/”. It's even called “/” when I use ⌘⇧G
in a file dialog or Finder window, little as I touch them. I can live
with display names, but if I could get rid of them, that would be an
improvement. For the whole system.
> FYI current test build (r9005) does not use display names for ⌘T.
Thanks, I'll try that out.
BTW, I get a lot of these in my logs:
Support/TextMate/Session/Info.plist~: set flags (was: 00000000):
Operation not supported
I assume that's expected for a non-HFS+ home?
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