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Sublime Text and Ubuntu workspaces

Postby franciturci on Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:23 pm

Hello. I am successfully using Sublime Text 2 on Ubuntu 12.04 with Unity as the window manager. I have the following difficulty: when using multiple spaces (or workspaces as called in Ubuntu) with several windows of the same sublime text instance opened on the several spaces, opening a document in a given space leads to a an open tab in another space.

To explain it better:
- I have two windows of sublime text open in space 1 and 2
- I open a text document in space 2;
- the document is silently opened in space 1.

Is there any way to bind Sublime Text to the currently active workspace?

Thanks
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Re: Sublime Text and Ubuntu workspaces

Postby eda on Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:23 pm

I use multiple workspaces in 12.10 all the time and I am able to open new windows from the command line of an xterm. I use a shell script but it does nothing more than:

for i in $*
do
/opt/sublime_text/sublime_text -n ${i}
done
eda
 
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Re: Sublime Text and Ubuntu workspaces

Postby snwbrdwndsrf on Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:42 pm

Hey franciturci, did you ever resolve this?
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Re: Sublime Text and Ubuntu workspaces

Postby Sterks on Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:41 am

Good afternoon, a question not on a subject, tell and at you in Sublime scripts written on Python or Ruby are executed, when clicking ctrl + b. The result is displayed in the lower panel?
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