[TxMt] Re: state of open/closed folders not being remembered
carpii.uk at gmail.com
Tue May 3 00:53:20 UTC 2016
Finder and PathFinder also do the same
Its a bit of a long-shot, but since nobody else has replied, I wonder if
its something thats stored in .DS_Store metadata for that directory?
OSX dumps these everywhere, try deleting any in your project folder and see
On 18 April 2016 at 17:10, Erik Neumann <erikn at myphysicslab.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the tip on option+click, that's helpful.
> However, this problem is kind of driving me nuts. I can't figure out how
> TextMate determines the state of the folders in the File Browser. It now
> never seems to change regardless of any actions I do. Yet it somehow
> decided to remember one particular (and somewhat unusual) state.
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 2:21 AM, Igor K <me at igorkozlov.me> wrote:
>> > In the File Browser sidebar when I open a "project" (a directory),
>> TextMate always shows the same state where some directories are expanded
>> (to multiple levels) and others are not. Is there any rhyme or reason about
>> why TextMate remembers this particular state?
>> You can use option+click on the opened root folders' arrows to close them
>> with all their inner levels.
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