Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.

Me Whatever 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0

The File Open Dialog seems to be an old one. You should be able to type paths that are not valid but sublime to fix the path separator if you typed '/' instead of '\' on Windows. For example opening file at: C:\Folder1/Folder2/Folder3/textfile.txt doesn`t work.
Also alt+v should open the view types, I usually switch to detailed view by using combination cltrl+v then press l and it switches to details view.
Maybe the control is older.
Evgheny Maslennikov 5 years ago 0
Here is example of C++ code

void myMethod1(const std::vector >& matches1,
               const std::vector >& matches2,
                     std::vector& symMatches) { 
  // Some code of method
  // ...
  // some code

If I want to collapse whole method, I get:
void myMethod1(const std::vector >& matches1, ...
  // Some code of method
  // ...
  // some code
So, It collapses not the method's body, but method's header
David McGuigan 5 years ago 0
Make the sidebar drag and droppable into its own window, also, allow tabbed sidebars for better drive organization.
risomt 5 years ago 0

If you open a project that includes a network folder in Sublime Text (2) in Windows, and the folder requires authentication, ST2 will not prompt you for said authentication or present any information about the authentication being required.  Instead, it hangs on refresh / reload and, once out of the hang, does nothing. 

A work around to this is to remove the folder from the project and re-add it.  ST2 notices the authentication is required, Windows prompts for it, and upon entering it the folder can be added.  Rather inconvenient, though!

Expected: ST2 shows some special marking for an authenticated-required folder and, if un-authenticated or it cannot open it, prompts the user with a message.  This is assuming the windows authentication can be identified as the problem, which I am unsure exists in the windows API.

Sam Allih 4 years ago 0
By travelwesthill
The largest city in Indonesia and one of the most thickly populated city in the world, Jakarta, is still very famous for tourists to visit. You will find a remarkable skyline and be impressed with some of the tallest buildings on the planet. This symbolizes the city’s financial prowess.
The city is finished with a display of regions and suburbs. All of which are particularly dissimilar, which makes this hub of Asia is a true melting pot of cultures.
The city has had a chaotic history going back to the 12th century and the influence conquering nations have had on Jakarta is obvious. Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and British architecture can be seen in different parts in the entire city.
Jakarta is one of the extravagant cities you would want to visit and represented globalization in almost every admiration.
After deciding on what hotel you want to stay, then the next thing you have to worry about is getting there. The most convenient means to roam around the city is to fly into Soekarno Hatta International Airport. The airport is serviced by most major airlines and you will find that getting to your Jakarta hotel from here is easy just 20 km outside the city.
There is a free shuttle bus into the city, but it can be random, so pre-booking a taxi could be the better choice. But, these can be very costly.
One more option is to rent a car so you can go directly to your Jakarta hotel without any trouble, but be very patient with the traffic because it can be a nightmare.
Travelling to and from the city is trouble-free by train and there are many of excellent connections. Commuter services start running early from 5.00 a.m. local time, and they frequently up until late into the night. The service is usually dependable and you can choose from four distinctive services such as air-conditioned non-stop trains, semi-express trains, ekonomi AC – which will stop at every station but is air conditioned – and ekonomi.
If you are tight on cash, an upgrade is worthwhile since your journey will be a great deal.
Bus connections are good and the means of transport are rather comfortable because not so crowded than the train. On the other hand, it is suitable not to travel from your hotel in Jakarta during rush hour.
There are also less considerable means of transport like other destinations. Jakarta has an enormous number of bajajes. This can be used as a fast and convenient if you know precisely where you are headed.
Robert L 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 0
Simple column-like formatted texts and languages, assembly is one example, can benefit from wider tab widths; an option to freely set any tab width would be useful.

Jon Skinner 6 years ago
This can be done with the tab_size file setting
Lucas Neil Brown 5 years ago 0
On the Windows version I've noticed that using the scroll wheel isn't as sensitive as I'd like it (especially coming from Notepad++ that zooms around). It would be great if there as a way to configure this!
random_person 6 years ago 0
is it possible, or would it be possible to add, the ability to trigger a right click (command click) from the keyboard? i hate using a mouse so to be able to select some text and then from the keyboard trigger a command click would be fantastically useful. (a feature from TM)

atomi 7 years ago • updated 7 years ago 1
long tag has:

but it doesn't trigger nor the short tag
Daniel Sont 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Can there be an OS independent hotkey to focus window 1 or window 2...etc.

This would be handy, as I often don't know which window I have focused and alt+tab always just switches instead of goes do a definite one.

Furthermore.. maybe instead you could do hotkeys for each grid element.

so if I had it set up like this
 ______    _______
|A  |  B |    | C |   D|
|    |     |     |     |     |
|______|    |______|

It would be super cool if I had a configurable independent hotkey for each (ctrl alt a, ctrl alt b, ctrl alt c, ctrl alt d) or something.