if "key": "following_text", "operator": "regex_match" worked when selection_empy == false we could match the end and beginning of selection to nothing and in that case indent.
It would have similar effect and would solve the problem of last line.
It does indeed. I didn't notice it probably because I was expecting the line to stay selected after copy.
I believe this has been implemented already.. should't it be closed?
Sublime Text was useful in the early stages, when the product was getting known.
It helped understand quickly the purpose of the software.
Now, it fairly well known, it could use better style.
I think dropping the Text and calling it just Sublime it justified.
You could leave the website domains the same, leaving the official name the same.
Just change the visible title in the forums, website, application executables, etc..
The only downside of user echo is the topics are sorted by number of up votes by default.
That causes new threads to get lost, take a while to get seen and loose input.
Fortunately that is a setting which can be set by the forum admins: http://feedback.userecho.com/topic/5427-is-it-possible-to-change-default-sorting-type-as-for-forum/
If user echo sorts topics by Last Updated by default the it would work exactly like the forum, but with notifications, votes and better design.
Then just prevent new topics in the forum and leave it for reference.
Instead of having to name a project and having to save a visible file, and then open the project manually, just store a invisible file on the folder automatically and open it automatically when that folder is opened.
You might argue that some projects might involve more that 1 folder. While that is true, there is most certainly a main folder for a project and accessory folders and accessory files.
If no folder exist, then probably it isn't big enough to be considered a project of to benefit from anything a project have to offer.
How to choose the main folder? Use the 1st opened folder.
Make projects transparent to users. The project name = main folder name. When the user, opens the folder again, load the .sublime-project invisible file, and he/she will have the project and configurations loaded automatically.
Regarding the split project specification vs project state, we could have a .sublime invisible folder (like .git).
Inside 2 files: .project and .state and possibly others according to taste.
The you could tell version control systems to ignore .state
PS: Windows users might not understand what I'm talking about.
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