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Investing.com - Coming off the best weekly performance in a month last week, gold futures again traded higher in the early part of Monday’s Asian as traders continued to boost the yellow metal higher.
On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold futures for September delivery rose 0.43% to USD1,377.10 per troy ounce in Asian trading Monday. The September contract settled up 0.74% at USD1,371.20 per ounce last Friday.
Gold prices added 4.55% on the week, the strongest gain since the week ending July 12. The precious metal has rebounded 16% since hitting a 34-month low of USD1,180.15 a troy ounce on June 28.
Gold futures were likely to find support at USD1,304.50 a troy ounce, the low from August 9 and near-term resistance at USD1,391.35, the high from June 17.
Gold was embraced as a safe-haven play last week amid some concerning U.S. data points that weighed on stocks. In U.S. economic news out last Friday, the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan's preliminary reading on the overall index on consumer sentiment for August fell to 80 from 85.1 in July. The August reading was the worst in four months.
The Commerce Department said housing starts rose 5.9% to 896,000 units. Economists expected housing starts to rise to 900,000 units.
Data indicate traders are boosting their long bets on bullion. According to the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission, net long positions in gold futures and options contracts jumped 18% to 56,604 contracts for the week ending August 13.
Demand in India and possible mine strikes in South Africa may boost prices in the next four to five weeks before an industry conference in Denver, Bloomberg reported, citing a JPMorgan research report published last week.
Elsewhere, Comex silver for September delivery inched down 0.06% to USD23.307 per ounce while copper for September delivery rose 0.30% to USD3.372 per ounce.
I have a small quibble with the way you select multiple lines of text in Sublime – or technically, how you see/perceive what's been selected when doing so.
Let's say you have these example lines below (throw in a couple empty lines above and below) …
Maecenas faucibus mollis interdum.
Aenean lacinia bibendum nulla sed consectetur.
Nulla vitae elit libero, a pharetra augue.
… To reproduce the behavior I'm referring to, please follow these steps:
1. Place the cursor on the beginning of the first line, right before the 'M' (in "Maecenas").
2. Press and hold Shift, then press Arrow Down 3 times.
The cursor lands on the line below the selected lines.
Compare with e.g. Vim's Visual Line selection (pressing capital V in normal mode). I'm hoping for Sublime Text to have the same behavior as when selecting Visual Line in Vim – which is also default in the vast majority of editors and places where you can edit and select text, i.e:
Highlighting only the lines you've selected and momentarily not showing the cursor.
So, my questions are:
- What is the motivation to employ this behavior of selecting multiple lines of text in Sublime?
- Is there a way to switch the behavior into the one that I (personally) am more used to?
I'm posting a reference image that shows the behavior in a few editing environments:
Sidenote: also, in Sublime Text, when selecting in the opposite direction (Shift-Arrow Up) it doesn't leave the cursor alone on the line above the selection. I think this holds some ground for my proposal to adapt Sublime to a more consistent behavior.
Reason for my personal preference towards the more common behavior is, well, because I'm more used to it (from editors like TextMate). In Sublime, it feels slightly more confusing when selecting, copying and pasting multiple lines of code. I believe I *can* get used it, though, and this is not a be-all and end-all issue, but it would be nice if it was possible to accommodate for people like me, who prefer the standard way, if I may call it such.
Regardless of what, in a broad perspective, I'm of course immensely pleased with Sublime Text!
I've seen feature requests for diff functionality and for ftp integration but it would be really great to combine these two components so that remote diffs are possible like with PHPStorm. This way I can diff my local copy with the deployed version and make sure that I'm not making any unwanted changes.
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