guillermooo wrote:You could do the following until that kind of rodent-ridden, er... mouse-driven operation is available:
1) ctrl + p (Goto Anything)
2) <find existing file in the target dir>
4) ctrl + n
5) ctrl + s
In 3), Sublime will change the working dir to point to the opened file's directory. It's faster than it may seem to be.
Ah, I didn't notice that now when saving a new file I don't start at the root of the project. That must have changed, or somehow I was screwing it up before. Thank you.
I just have one more question, if you don't mind: now that I've got a file open after using Goto Anything, how do I reveal it in the project tree? I see reveal in finder, but that's it.