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Sublime Text title bar in OS X

Postby eengie on Thu Jun 19, 2014 8:33 pm

Somehow I managed to change the title bar text in SublimeText to a line in a file I once edited weeks ago. So for example, it shows "current file name -- Line from old file". How do I fix that so that it goes back to...well, whatever it's supposed to be?
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Re: Sublime Text title bar in OS X

Postby subhaze on Thu Jun 19, 2014 10:28 pm

I believe it's normally: filename.ext -- Base Folder Name In Sidebar.

But... I've no idea what file could actually change that :/

Were you digging around in the Sublime Text.app/Contents folders ?
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Re: Sublime Text title bar in OS X

Postby eengie on Fri Jun 20, 2014 11:55 am

I think you're right about the right side being the folder name. No I wasn't in the ST3 app contents, but that reminds me of what this folder was: the base path to app contents to a different app.

I noticed it when I created a new file after re-opening ST3, so I've gone off and tried to replicate the behavior but can't. And somehow over night, the weeks-long quirk is gone.

I'll keep an eye out for this, and if I can ever recreate it, I'll post the steps.

Thanks for your response!
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