1. preview in browser button and commands ... (multiple browsers) 2. preview in sublime... with a refresh on save... like bbedit...
1. preview in browser button and commands ... (multiple browsers)
2. preview in sublime... with a refresh on save... like bbedit...
PLEASE ! it would be sooo easy for you ! I am so confused - why wont you meet me half way ?
It could be done for example by putting a file in ~/.sublimetext on Unix systems (and a similar place on Windows) for example. For github, user's API token (or whatever's needed) could be stored there and ST2 would go then ahead and read/save files from gist.github.com instead of the local FS.
Those who'd like to use this would then only need to copy that one file to their machines and get the benefit of having shared settings.
I guess this is bit unconventional for traditional text editors, but would there be any support for option that allows making empty lines smaller than lines with text? For example, their height could be half of a normal line, though this would be a pixel height setting that could be set by user.
This would allow for much more clearer structuring of code, since normally using empty lines for structuring is not that precise.
see Mac email client.how about an option to show 1 or 2 lines of text from the current location in each open file in the sidebar
This preview text would be in a small, faint font so as not to distract from the filename itself
With this multiple views into file this could do a similar job to bookmarks, or could almost be like a textual "Expose"
What do you think? Nonsense? Overkill? Useful?
The first time I've seen this improvement was in IntelliJ IDE.
If nothing is selected, make the Copy command (super+c) copy the entire line.
The same goes for the Cut command (super+x).
The reason is that mostly one is working with a particular language. And in that case, creating a new file is usually for that language.
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