Write a function or something that causes ST2 to automatically add indentation the next time you press enter.
Keep pressing enter a few times so you cursor is now a few lines below where you have last typed. Your cursor should still be indented.
Press your up arrow key, the cursor will move up a line and lose all indentation.
Westhill Consulting is a market leader in the Financial Services category. Here is a guide to Initial Public Offerings (IPO's) intended to simplify the jargon and remove the fear that IPO's involve higher risk as compared to usual investments.
Westhill Consulting is a reputable investment advisory firm based in Jakarta Indonesia, dedicated to providing you the most advantageous investments based on how you want your portfolio managed for the private middle market.
You might be wondering how you can increase the profits you make from your market investing strategies. If you're searching for the most profitable forms of investing that are available today, you should definitely investigate the possibilities of using Initial Public Offering (IPO) investments.
A simple description of an IPO includes the fact that you're buying a business that is just entering the open marketplace. The moment the IPO is released to the public is the first time anyone has the ability to buy the company openly, and this will surely give you a good idea on where the stock itself resides when it comes to the value of the offering. You can wage it is preparing for a large rise in its value because they are just releasing their stock to the public.
Though most of the Initial Public Offering stocks skyrocket after they are first released, you must keep in mind that they are hardly a definite investment. Because of this, there are several factors you must definitely examine before you place your capital into this type of investment.
SublimeText handles the first Ctrl-K correctly*, but subsequent Ctrl-K's cause ST to delete a letter backwards---which I find bizarre.
* Not quite correctly: it doesn't place the killed line in a kill buffer. Even lowly TextEdit seems to do this: try Ctrl-K, then Ctrl-Y
I laud your efforts to make SublimeText more friendly to Emacs refugees.
There's also now a kill ring and marks in this build.
If I type "app con" in the Goto File overlay, I get the following matches:
The first three match because the path is .../app/controllers/..., but I think most people would like to see "application_controller.rb" at the top of the list if they type in "app con".
As the title says.
Problem is you can't include any trailing characters in a snippet, only the trigger text is included, so I have to leave off the ending and add the semicolon myself.
so you have to tab through all options of a snippet to be able to use the tab key again.
The new version of Sublime text has an unknown bug on using C++...
It doesn't build and run, it says: "Can't find file specified" or something like that...
I copied the codes I wrote and transferred it in Dev-C++ and it ran..
So I think the developers might want to read this topic and fix the bug...
For the record, I'm on the dev channel, so I suppose it may be included in the installers for the official builds. A minor change, but I'd find it very useful.
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