+40

prolog syntax coloration

XioRcaL 7 years ago • updated 7 years ago 0
add prolog syntax coloration,
this feature would be awesome, just like the rest of the editor! =)
+40

Open file by clicking link

Luís Marques 7 years ago • updated by Michał Jendrzejewski 6 years ago 5
In netbeans you have the function: 
Press Ctrl and click a link a file, like this "include_once "function/global.php";".
When "function/global.php" is clicked, the file opens in a new tab.

That would be a great feature. :)
+40

Dragging last file from a window should close window

Falcon NL 8 years ago • updated by Nick 7 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
+40

arabic support

akwad akwadnet 7 years ago • updated by Praveen Vijayan 7 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++
+40

Drag/Drop (reorder) files/folders via Project Sidebar

Alysson Bortoli 8 years ago • updated by Andrey Botalov 7 years ago 3

It would be awesome if you could drag/drop to reorder files and folders in the sidebar! 

+39

Preview for Images

Philipp Schaffrath 7 years ago • updated by Donna Klinton 5 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!
+39

Code folding of one line functions

L0u1s 7 years ago • updated by Adrian Forte 2 years ago 5
You are now able to fold functions when there's more then 1 line of code.
It would be nice to also fold on-lined functions
+39

Allow hiding of the title bar

Andrew Rabon 7 years ago • updated by Jae Page 3 years ago 3
Basically make it more like Chrome and integrate the tabs and the title bar into one, to preserve pixels.
+39
Completed

Replace in all open files

Vadim Peretokin 8 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 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 7 years ago
This was added in 2139
+39

Ability to configure the transparency of whitespace characters like Eclipse.

arahlf 8 years ago • updated by Mathew Polzin 6 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.
+39

Intelligent case-sensitivity for searches

Markus Peter 8 years ago • updated by Brian Gallagher 7 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.

+38

ODB Editor Suite (QuickCursor) support on OS X

Kevin Yank 8 years ago • updated by aristidesfl 7 years ago 9
QuickCursor is an application from Hog Bay Software that lets you pull the text out of any text field (in any application that uses native Cocoa text fields) and edit it in your editor of choice. Currently it supports BBEdit, Espresso, MacVim, Smultron, SubEthaEdit, TextMate, TextWrangler, and WriteRoom.

Please add support for the ODB Editor Suite that is required so that QuickCursor can support Sublime Text 2 as well!

See: http://www.hogbaysoftware.com/products/quickcursor/faq
+38

Relative line numbers

Chetan Surpur 8 years ago • updated by Alexander Ivanov 2 years ago 6

The option to switch to relative line numbers (http://dlo.me/vim-with-relative-line-numbers/) would be great, especially with the new Vintage mode.


I wouldn't even mind a plugin to do this, but I'm not sure how to go about implementing it. Any hints?


Thanks!

+37

Add enviroment vars ($file, $file_name, $selection, $project) to key bindings

Greg Williams 8 years ago • updated 8 years ago 2
Adding enviroment vars ($file, $file_name, $selection, $project) to key bindings would accomplish the needs of many 'plugins' in a simple bindings file
+37

Auto documentation based on setting, command and key binding reflection/introspection

David K. Hess 8 years ago • updated by glyph 7 years ago 4
If you add the ability to introspect all of the built-in commands, loaded commands, settings and key bindings, then we could write a plugin that would go through all of that and generate an HTML documentation page that could be opened in an external web browser.

Good and accurate documentation for not a lot of work.
+37

Provide a sort option for open files in the sidebar

Neville Bagnall 7 years ago • updated by Jeremy Dill 7 years ago 3

My file layout is not particularly suited to project treatment, yet I often have dozens of files open.


Open Files in the sidebar is most useful when many files are open at once, whereas the tab bar becomes unusable.


However, finding a particular file among dozens, or scanning the list quickly to see if the file is already open is nearly impossible because the files are not in a sorted order.


Goto Anything helps, but feels sub-optimal.


Ideally, and incorporating other preferences suggested here, I'd like to be able to toggle between Sorted, Modified, Stack or Tab order.


But even a user-setting to pick my preferred order would be great.

+37

Syntax highlighting for HAML and SASS/SCSS

ravinggenius 8 years ago • updated by Tim Gummer 7 years ago 6
HAML is an indentation-based syntax for generating HTML. SASS is an indentation-based syntax for generating CSS. SASS also has a nested syntax called SCSS that is closer in appearance to CSS. Both languages are really popular in the Ruby/Rails communities. As much as I love Sublime Text 2 (thanks for the Linux love, by the way), it is nearly useless when editing these files.

http://sass-lang.com/
+36

Please support code ligature from FicaCode font!

林佳俊 3 years ago • updated by icc97 3 years ago 1

Ligature fonts are awesome! It's a shame Sublime doesn't support them!

+36

Function search across entire project

Zachary Nawar 8 years ago • updated by Thamaraiselvam 3 years ago 4
Im aware you can press CTRL+R and it opens a small window where you can type a function name or parts of a function name and it will take you to that function. However it seems to be limited only to the one file you have open. Having it work across every file of that format across the entire project/open folders would be very nice.
+36

Pascal syntax support.

Alan Gott 7 years ago • updated by Fernando Macedo 6 years ago 2
Add support for Pascal syntax (*.pas), as well as recognition for Lazarus source code files (*.lpr).