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conversions 5 years ago • updated by appel 5 years ago 1
I have two files I want to compare opened in a two column layout and want them to scroll synchronously so that the same lines are shown in each column.

Taken from the forum: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3220
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Fredrik Ehnbom 5 years ago • updated by 美龙 谢 4 years ago 8
Go to the python console and type "import ctypes" in build 2139 and you'll get:

>>> import ctypes
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
  File ".\ctypes\__init__.py", line 10, in <module>
ImportError: No module named _ctypes
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Daniel Aurelio Galeazzo 3 years ago • updated by Doug Kirk 7 months ago 1

Please build openbsd and freebsd binary.

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Khalid Ahmed 4 years ago • updated by Ahmed Murad 3 years ago 1

Arabic support in Sublime Text 3, This is a must, i am using notepad++ for this, i love ur app but can not use it because RTL Languages is a Must

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Completed
Russell Keith-Magee 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 1
Answer
Jon Skinner 6 years ago
Added in build 2027
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T-R 6 years ago • updated by Aleksandr Beliaev 5 months ago 8
I find the ctrl+tab behavior a little hard to follow at times. Since we have ctrl+1/2/3 to change focus to different groups, could the behavior be changed (possibly via a setting) so that it only cycles through tabs in the current group?
Also, could we have a setting to make ctrl+tab cycle in the order the tabs appear, similar to Chrome.  In chrome I tend to order my tabs according to how often I'll be switching to them, it would be nice to be able to do the same with SublimeText.
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Eren Tantekin 4 years ago 0

Using GTK3 would enable offering smooth scrolling with touchpad for Linux users, similar to Gedit on Gnome.

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chaiguy 5 years ago • updated by marco bernich 3 months ago 10
It's handy to be able to drag and drop to move/copy blocks of text.
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n00ge 6 years ago • updated by Bsienn Khan 1 year ago 1
A lot of times I have reusable code that relates only to a specific project and would love to create snippets for it but don't want to muddy up the snippet pool for all projects. It would be useful to have a way to create project based snippets.

Forum thread is here: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1735
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Anthony Grimes 5 years ago • updated 4 years ago 2
There are a number of cases where auto-indent isn't correct in Clojure. Here are some examples:

https://refheap.com/paste/797

Function arguments are supposed to be lined up. The vector should be lined up with the + sign, like this:


Another example is this:


when it should be:


This is just totally broken.  Notice how in the st2 formatted example, it's like the keywords are indented against the -> instead of the mongo/fetch function. It's pretty crazy. I'm sure there are more quirks but this is just what I ran into playing for a few minutes.

P.S. I apologize for pasting code elsewhere. I couldn't figure out how to format it nicely in uservoice.
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Nice textured background for text editor )

Like paper or textile.

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Dane Morgridge 6 years ago 0
Haml highlighting works great but as soon as you put a :javascript block in haml it doesn't highlight the javascript at all.  
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Joshua Jabbour 5 years ago • updated by Matt Ginzton 4 years ago 6
Currently folders are sorted separately above files in the sidebar. Is there any way to have them interspersed? If not, then I suppose this is a feature request...
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Completed
Jan Bader 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 4 years ago 4
Please add the ability to hide the scroll bar(s). 

I barely use them, since it slows me down to use the mouse and if I use the mouse, i usually use the mousewheel.

Also, the vertical scrollbar is redundant with the minimap.
Answer
Jon Skinner 6 years ago

This can be done by setting the overlay_scroll_bars global setting to "enabled".


This was added in 2091

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Dudi Lasry 5 years ago • updated by Mikaël Spruyt 5 years ago 2
As described here: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3629

Imagine having many files opened, but some of them are not currently in use, it would be easier to distinguish the active ones from the others if the background of tabs that are not in use will start to fade away.

The following image demonstrates the idea (the 2 last tabs faded due to inactivity). The tabs have different colors to demonstrate another idea (different colored tabs for each file type):


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Fixed
n00ge 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 4 years ago 9
When handling large sql files (25k lines and up) it takes a while (12 seconds+) to open the file and manipulate. Editing is also quite slow.

I'm not expecting miracles, but is there anything that can be done here? Maybe look at the file size and don't apply syntax highlighting initially for x mb size files and up?
Answer
Jon Skinner 6 years ago

This was fixed in 2091.


The SQL grammar file had a degenerate regex that could cause significant slowdowns.

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Robert Kasanicky 5 years ago • updated by Eugene Bezludny 1 year ago 1
As an eclipse user I really miss the Mylyn functionality (quick demo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEyjpDrHCjc)

In my mind a basic task-focused interface would cover:
1. task creation/import - I can define local tasks and there's an API for writing connectors that retrieve tasks from remote issue trackers
2. every task carries it's own persistent context (primarily which files are open) and when I activate a task the context is restored
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Shantanu Kumar 5 years ago • updated by David Foster 4 years ago 5

ST's Clojure support falls short of paredit. Please consider supporting paredit for Clojure.

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Will Bond 6 years ago • updated by Julien Bouquillon 4 years ago 10
It would be nice to be able to pull data from web servers that use SSL certs. From what I can tell, urllib2 needs the python ssl module to be able to download from https:// urls.
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Joel Thornton 5 years ago • updated by Jonathan Cross 5 years ago 2
Let us embed simple Python expressions in the ST2 search-and-replace "replace with" box that would let us perform transformations on captured text groups when using regular expression matching. 

A syntax looking something like this might work well:

Search regex: (\w+)
Replace with: ${$1.upper()}

In this example ST2 would recognize a special pattern of 
${PYTHON_FUNCTION}
and implicitly give $n the string value of the corresponding capture group within the function.

This approach could open up some very interesting possibilities for doing regex substitution ...

${ int($1) + 1 }
${ max($1, $2) }
${ import re; re.sub('foo', 'bar', $1) if 'foo' in $1 else 'cheezburger' }
... ad inf.