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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.
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oxman . 6 years ago 0
This is an awesome ide. Please if one day you don't want continue Sublime Text, release it opensource, Thanks a lot
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Octavian Damiean 5 years ago • updated by dp wiz 4 years ago 5
It would be nice if you could add Sublime Text 2 to the Ubuntu package repositories so everyone can just install it using apt-get or the Ubuntu Software Center.
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Caleb Morris 5 years ago • updated by Bruno Lemos 4 years ago 1
When auto completing a function pop up a small off-set message of the parameter inputs.
ex: foo( int a, real b ); // declared above
when foo auto-completed "foo(" is put and a message shows "foo( int, int )"
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Rob Speer 6 years ago • updated by uid 4 years ago 12
Finding text inside my selection is never what I want to do, and yet it happens by default if anything is selected.

This makes me think that text doesn't exist in my code, when it actually does.

It's particularly bad because if I've just searched for something else, the result is *selected* and I have to clear the selection before I can proceed!
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Frank Smit 5 years ago • updated by Roger Sperberg 4 years ago 3
Make use of fallback fonts so that Japanese (and Chinese, etc.) can be displayed if the currently used font doesn't support those characters.
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Luis Martinez 6 years ago • updated by Alexander Dean 6 years ago 1
Contextual highlighting and syntax style for PowerShell and VB Script.
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m2432432 5 years ago • updated by Fredrik Ehnbom 5 years ago 1
Sublime Text looks like the perfect editor for something like the Raspberry Pi. I use it considerably on my desktop and laptop, and it would be great to be able to use it on my other platforms as well.
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Matt Morrison 4 years ago 0
In the user-defined .tmTheme files, fontStyle seems to only accept bold and italic at the moment. Adding support for underline would be greatly appreciated.


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Falcon NL 6 years ago • updated by Nick 5 years ago 2
Currently, dragging the last file file from a window to a different or new window leaves behind an empty window, which in the vast majority of cases you'll want to close. I suggest closing the window automatically once the last file has been removed.

Forum topic: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1532
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Werchter 6 years ago • updated by EHLOVader 6 years ago 1
An option to paste formatted text from clipboard. For example, the Visual Studio productivity power tools copies code in both plain text and HTML format (syntax colored) to the clipboard
In SublimeText (and I think almost in every text editor), you can only paste the plain text version. However, I would love to be able to paste the HTML formatted text (text including the HTML tags).
So essentially as MS-Word like "Paste special" functionality.
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Philipp Schaffrath 5 years ago • updated by Donna Klinton 3 years ago 4
I've got many Situations where i want to insert Images to my Project, when i select an Image i get the preview of the includet data as Text. It would be nice, if you provide the functionality to get a preview of images. Maybe you use the file extention as trigger, or you read the file header to check if a different preview is needed.

This feature could be used for several other files like .pdf, .mp3 (audio files in general), .mp4 (video files in general) or even .ttf (font files in general).

This functionality would be pure epicness!
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Kelly Banman 6 years ago • updated by Bruce Pieterse 5 years ago 1
I'd like to be able to right-click on a file in the project sidebar and duplicate the file.

And instead of just making a new file called "somefile_copy.php", show the rename panel, allowing the user to specify the new filename straight away.
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Liam McLennan 6 years ago • updated by Tobia Conforto 4 years ago 2

It would be nice if bookmarks were shown in the minimap or on the editor pane scroll bar. 

Thanks!

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Vadim Peretokin 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 4 years ago 4
It's be great if the replace option could also work in all currently open files, in addition to per-file as it is right now.
Answer
Jon Skinner 5 years ago
This was added in 2139
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akwad akwadnet 5 years ago • updated by Praveen Vijayan 5 years ago 1
I loved sublime from the first time , but it dose not support arabic :( which disappointed  me , I hope you support Arabic and encoding file changing like notepad++
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arahlf 6 years ago • updated by Mathew Polzin 4 years ago 3
I usually develop with whitespace characters always enabled, but the default look of them in Sublime Text is rather distracting -- it would be nice to make them more transparent like Eclipse Indigo now offers.
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Markus Peter 6 years ago • updated by Brian Gallagher 5 years ago 4
A semi-intelligent case-sensitivity mode for searches as option, like in Emacs, where, if I type the word to search in all-lowercase, it will search case-insensitively and as soon as I type something containing uppercase, it will search case-sensitively exactly for what I typed.

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Leon Bogaert 5 years ago • updated by David Mair Spiess 5 years ago 1
I was searching for a ftp/sftp plugin just like Zend Studio 5.5 / Notepad++ etc. I stumbled upon this thread: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=5846

Because it isn't yet possible for a plugin to add custom items to the sidebar such a plugin can't be created.
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Joan Piqué 6 years ago 0
As simple as that.