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

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Single mini-map when opening two views of same file

Steven Lu 6 years ago 0
In the mini-map is a lighter rectangle indicating primary viewport. When the same file is opened in two views, only a single mini-map is necessary: It would have two of these position rectangles!

Also, related to this, it would be great if highlights update across views of the same file also (i.e. I click on a variable in one view, and all instances of that variable also get highlighted on the other view). 

Fantastic work so far. This editor is truly sublime. 
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PHP # comment bug

Gerwin van Royen 6 years ago • updated by Mihkel Miliste 6 years ago 1
When coding in PHP, a # shouldn't be a comment. 
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replace with preserve case bug

PhalconPHP 6 years ago • updated by Saad Farooq 5 years ago 3
I think the "replace all" option have a bug, follow these steps:

Write: MySQL

Replace all MySQL by PostgreSQL, final replacement is: PoSTGreSQL

Preserve Case is enabled.
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Declined

Why do I have tabs, when I open a file with sublime?

aristidesfl 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 0
If I open one file with sublime, why do I see a tab which has no functionality?
Answer
Jon Skinner 6 years ago
By Design
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Need help please.

HBOSOFFICE 5 years ago • updated by sqlitedog 5 years ago 5

Hi, 

I am new at using Sublime, can anyone send me tutorial to set it up correctly, I am solely on a Mac Lion. I will use the Sublime editor for HTML5 / CSS / jQuery / PHP / Javascript and Python. I could not find HTML5 on the syntax. 

Thank you.

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not sure where to report bugs

Adam Murphy 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
not sure where to report bugs, but i'm totally bummed my downloading of a new copy of ST2 killed my customized twilight theme :[

i had a custom version of it i'd made, thought i had a backup, bummer man.
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Smart comments - update on save

PatrickTaylorEdwards 5 years ago • updated by Jacob Gardner 5 years ago 1

Perhaps this already exists, but I would love my comments to be updated each time I save a file. For example, I have a comment at the start of all my JavaScript files and when I save the file I would like my comment to update, automatically. The comment includes information such as 'Modified By', 'Date last edited', and the file name. A plugin or feature to add a default comment with this information, in my set format, would be really useful; I imagine it would work in the same way as default email signatures - but with variables.

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Upgrading to 3 automatically import all your pluggins and UI settings from v2

Craig Russo 5 years ago 0

When 3 is released can it import all your settings and plugins from 2 so you don't have to install and configure all that stuff again? I have the side bar in a dark color scheme and just a punch of plugins installed that while its easy to install them when you have a lot it's a pain.

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cheema 5 years ago • updated 5 years ago 7
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add_regions erases the previous regions with the same name.

Filipe Cabecinhas 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
add_regions() doesn't add regions. It replaces previous regions with the same name.

add_regions() with the same region name as a region already present in the view will replace the existing regions, instead of adding to them (as the name implies).

Example:
>>> v = sublime.windows()[0].active_view()
>>> v.add_regions('a', [v.full_line(v.text_point(133,0))], 'string', 'circle', sublime.HIDDEN)  # A circle is added, in line 133
>>> v.add_regions('a', [v.full_line(v.text_point(137,0))], 'string', 'circle', sublime.HIDDEN)  # The first circle is deleted and a circle is added to line 137

I was expecting to have two circles, one in line 133, one in line 137.

Regards,

  Filipe