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Re: Dev Build 2174

Postby andyjeffries on Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:23 am

Consolas is better than Courier New, but why anyone on a Mac would switch from Monaco to it is beyond me! I quite like Inconsolata from that article, but still find Monaco nicer.

Oh well, each to their own.
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Re: Dev Build 2174

Postby handycam on Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:27 am

andyjeffries wrote:Consolas is better than Courier New, but why anyone on a Mac would switch from Monaco to it is beyond me! I quite like Inconsolata from that article, but still find Monaco nicer.

Oh well, each to their own.


Indeed. I can't stand Monaco, :)
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Re: Dev Build 2174

Postby ge3kusa on Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:20 pm

I prefer Menlo
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Re: Dev Build 2174

Postby malpeli on Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:28 am

Good night everyone!
I'm doing something wrong? my CMD+P is now opening the file in a new file. Before he used open the file at the same window and CMD+T had this behavior.

Best Regards
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Re: Dev Build 2174

Postby ianthehenry on Sat Feb 04, 2012 7:08 am

This problem didn't start with this build, but I don't know exactly when it started so I'm just gonna throw it here in the hopes that it gets seen.

ctrl/cmd+d, used to select the next occurrence of the current selection, doesn't respect the "whole word" flag in your find settings (although it does respect the case sensitive flag).

This is a very noticeable problem now because of the new match_selection feature (which also ignores it, but defaults to true instead of false). It would be logical for "select more" to always select the next "highlighted" bit of text, and for the behavior of both to be consistent and user-definable.

Is there some setting I'm missing for this?
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