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Does SublimeText support programming ligatures font,like Fira Code?

rainki il y a 2 ans • mis à jour par Gustavo Reis il y a 2 mois 95

I wish use programming ligatures font like FiraCode in Sublime improve visual performance.

But haven't found the way.

+885

Documentation!!!

Σωτήρης Φραγκίσκος il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Franklin Yu il y a 1 an 10
Please provide full documentation for this otherwise excellent piece of software... it's just incomplete and inaccessible without it
+808

Brackets-style Quick Edit feature of in-line CSS styling

Geoffrey Hasson il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par piclufunny il y a 2 ans 1
Any plans for a Quick-Edit feature like http://brackets.io/ or does it already exist? Thank you.
+555

RTL Languages Support in sublime text 2

Mahmoud Mohamed il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par mehdi dziri il y a 10 mois 8
Support for Arabic Language "RTL" , Please
Sublime Text 2 is just perfect but there is now support for "rtl" languages like Arabic and look like this :
+454

I love sublime text 2

iandennismiller il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Dorthy Streifel il y a 3 semaines 12
I love Python, and I love TextMate. It's like you gutted the nasty innards of TextMate and replaced it with a domain-specific python REPL - and it TOTALLY works.
+324

Filetype icons in the project tree

Russell Keith-Magee il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par efwjames il y a 3 mois 14
Adding small, simple icons to project tree entries would make it easier to visually differentiate between folders and files. Making folder names bold would be an added bonus.
+322

Open Source SublimeText

Michael Bleigh il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par il y a 5 ans 8
I love SublimeText and so do many other developers. We also love building on open source toolchains. Now that TextMate is open source I find myself strongly wishing that Sublime would be so as well.

My guess is that you'd be able to get whatever you wanted from the community (do a Kickstarter or other funding campaign, etc) in return for opening up. Think about it!
+304
Terminé

Add ability to show indentation lines

Metin Amiroff il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Cees Timmerman il y a 2 ans 13
Indentation lines/guides make it extremely easy to see code at a glance. Especially when working with languages that depend on indentation, like Python.

See http://www.joeflash.ca/blog/2009/03/indentation-guides-in-flex-builder.html
Solution
Jon Skinner il y a 6 ans

 This was added in build 2111

+295
Terminé

Search & replace across projects/directories

Jordi Boggiano il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Jon Skinner il y a 5 ans 32
It should be possible to perform search & replace operations across all files (just like the search in files dialog works) - if possible with a preview mode, but it's not mandatory.. That's why we have version control after all :)
Solution
Jon Skinner il y a 6 ans
This was added in 2139
+260

Project indexing

Aleksandr Makov il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par Tim Johnston il y a 5 ans 12

The most of advanced code editors (IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, etc...) index a full project structure giving us abilities to:

- go to a file where declaration of current variable, constant or other entity is declared  Goto Declaration 
- include variables and/or files at certain points of code by auto-completing the variables/entities/filenames with paths  Project-Wide Auto Completion 
- all other advantages of project indexing go here...

And it could be optional so that "Goto Declaration" and "Project-Wide Auto Completion" can look within indices, within files by performing standard search, or be completely turned off.

Vote if you find it useful.
+252

Drag ’n’ Drop files from the filesystem into the sidebar

Michael Kühnel il y a 5 ans • mis à jour par Kevin Gutierrez il y a 5 mois 1

Wouldn’t it be nice if it where possible to drag a file from the »Mac OS Finder« or »Windows Explorer« in a folder within in the sidebar?


In the filesystem the file should be moved (or copied) to that »new« destination.


The main use case is the following:

You downloaded a JavaScript library, jQuery Plugin or whatever on your computer to your download directory. Instead of browsing to your target destination (your project root) within the Finder you could simply drag the file(s) to your editor and drop it at the desired location.


Best regards,

Michael 

+225
Terminé

Allow navigation of the project tree with the keyboard

Russell Keith-Magee il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Jon Skinner il y a 5 ans 22
The project tree (under OSX) can only be interacted with using the mouse. You can't give the project tree focus and navigate or open files using the keyboard.
Solution
Jon Skinner il y a 6 ans
This was added in 2139
+224

Add a new flag for view.add_regions() that will force it to draw regions as non-rounded rectangles without border

Wojciech Bederski il y a 6 ans • mis à jour il y a 6 ans 5
For SublimeREPL termial emulation: http://i.imgur.com/Dh4io.png

I don't know: sublime.DRAW_RECTANGULAR_NO_BORDER ? :)

Forum: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=22301#p22301


+216

Make "highlight matches" easier to see

Luke Scott il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Олександр Гончаров il y a 6 mois 17
It looks like "highlight matches" is a light border around each word. Would be nice if there was something a little easier on the eyes, similar to what Safari does. Currently it's hard to miss, especially with PHP having a light gray background behind it.
+212
Terminé

Create new files in project

Russell Keith-Magee il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Jon Skinner il y a 6 ans 4
Add the ability to create a new file in a project, under a particular folder. Optionally, enable the use of a stub template to create the new file.
Solution
Jon Skinner il y a 7 ans
There's now a New file context menu option in the side bar in build 2046.
+210

Retain cursor position on file change

Jake Archibald il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par michael lang il y a 2 ans 19
When a file has changed, Sublime picks up the change and updates the view. However, the scroll and cursor position are reset to the top.

It would be great if it retained the previous cursor position, even it if was simply the same line & char position (which may be different content following the edit).

Even better, it could try and place the cursor back on the same line even if that line has moved. A diff would provide the info.
+208

An outline pane

ulhume il y a 6 ans • mis à jour par Merrill Hutchison il y a 6 mois 20
ST2 is really missing a pane showing currently edited document structure.

This kind of pane can easily be placed under "explorer pane" with a split bar for managing both heights.

Content of this pane should be accessible through plugin API in order to allow them to feed it with the structure which can be :
  • list of functions for a code file
  • list of classes
  • list of identifiers for a css file
  •  etc..
I know there is Ctrl-R, but let's be honest about it, this is just not usable for serious development projects. IMHO this kind of overview is far more useful that minmap or perhaps I missed the real point of minmap (that I personally don't find useful at all).

+207

Real-time collaborative editing

aahlborg il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Dorthy Streifel il y a 3 semaines 32
A killer feature would be real-time collaborative editing of a single file via the internet. However, it's really hard to implement and should be considered a feature for 2.5 or 3.0. Please keep it in mind when building the foundation to allow for future improvements of Sublime Text.
+203
Terminé

Update tabs after renaming file

sofa-420 il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par Anders Ingemann il y a 1 an 13
When you rename a file in the sidebar, if you have that file open in a tab it'd be nice if it knew it was renamed, and would save to the correct file instead of essentially copying the new file back.
Solution
Jon Skinner il y a 6 ans
Added in 2181
+197

Built-in diff for files

otakustay il y a 7 ans • mis à jour par 杨维杰 il y a 5 ans 10
Is it possible that Sublime provides a built-in diff functionality like vimdiff, which takes 2 files, open in a two-column layout, and gives a side-by-side diff view(not the .diff output)