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Dev Build 3053

Postby jps on Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:53 am

Dev Build 3053 is out now.

Basic support for menu hiding has been added for Linux, however it doesn't support automatically showing the menu again when alt is pressed, as happens on Windows. To show the menu again after hiding it, use the Command Palette and choose 'Toggle Menu'. The toggle_menu command isn't available if you're using Ubuntu's global menu.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby dskinner on Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:12 am

menu hiding is much appreciated :D
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby jbrooksuk on Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:12 am

Since upgrading, the sidebar is no longer working properly for me. Folders are only opening when I resize the window, or the sidebar itself, even then I'm unable to click on any items.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby andrew.stilliard on Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:30 am

Menu hiding for linux is awesome, cheers!
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby jbrooksuk on Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:31 am

I had to restart for the sidebar to fix itself. Everything else was working fine. Ah well, it's working.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby fjl on Fri Aug 30, 2013 11:51 am

The sidebar issue has also been present in previous builds.

For me, it occurs after switching to a different project (using quick switch project) and then going back
to the original one (also using quick switch). Sometimes it also occurs after just one project switch.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby Verhaeg on Fri Aug 30, 2013 12:30 pm

What I got fromt he sidebar is that after a quick switch it takes a while to reload all files.. specially if the project has several folder levels and files..

3053 is working fine here.. no issues with any plugins so far, and is running smoothly as aways ;) thanks

PS: I specially liked the close-last-tab-don't-close-the-window feature :D this really made my day!
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby fjl on Fri Aug 30, 2013 1:22 pm

@Verhaeg

My sidebar just becomes empty (except for the top-level folder and "FOLDERS" header)
after a project switch. The problem doesn't go away after some time.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby Thorn on Fri Aug 30, 2013 1:48 pm

There are some issues with Hide Menu option on linux. First there is no setting for menu visibility persistence and second that options works very weird. When hiding menu on normal mode and going to zen mode menu is shown and this setting is also ignored on program start.
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Re: Dev Build 3053

Postby qgates on Fri Aug 30, 2013 4:58 pm

Huge huge thanks... That menubar business has been irking me for ages under Linux.

Yes, there are a few issues...

1. Show menu state is preserved properly between sublime restarts when menu is hidden in distraction free (Shift+F11) mode :) But not when menu is hidden in windowed or full-screen (F11) mode.

2. Menu reappears when using Ctrl+Mousewheel to change font size. I'm almost reluctant to mention this, since it's quite handy; it gets me somewhere near Alt-to-bring-up-hidden-menu in windows. However the menu appears incorrectly, overlaying the top x pixels of the editor view. This occludes the tab-bar in normal mode and the top line of text in distraction free mode. Plus sublime's "show menu" state is wrong, it still thinks the menu is hidden.

Hopefully the Alt behaviour is coming in Linux :)

3. When menu is hidden, certain actions cause graphical glitches in normal and full-screen (F11) mode. For example hitting Ctrl+O to open a file.

Again, thanks for hearing our pleas - loving being distraction free on Linux laptops at last!
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