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Save button - where is it?

Postby headscratcher on Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:08 pm

This must be the dumbest question I have ever asked :oops:

Is there a tool bar with a save button, redo etc ala n++ and if there is how do I turn it on?
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Re: Save button - where is it?

Postby S0und on Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:29 pm

There is no such thing.

you have:

File -> Save / Ctrl+S
Edit -> Undo | Redo / Ctrl+Z | Ctrl+Y
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Re: Save button - where is it?

Postby headscratcher on Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:06 pm

Thanks

That is tedious... I like the notepad save icon as it tells me as I tab through my files which ones I have altered.
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Re: Save button - where is it?

Postby madnomad on Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:45 pm

headscratcher wrote:Thanks

That is tedious... I like the notepad save icon as it tells me as I tab through my files which ones I have altered.

So? In Sublime you don't even have to tab through them to see which ones are altered - in tab bar and side bar next to their name the "x" icon on the close button changes to "o".
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Re: Save button - where is it?

Postby weslly on Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:48 pm

headscratcher wrote:Thanks

That is tedious... I like the notepad save icon as it tells me as I tab through my files which ones I have altered.


You can have something even better by adding this to your preferences:

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"highlight_modified_tabs": true


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The tabs with the blue dots are the unsaved ones. I'm using the Soda Light theme but you will have something similar with the default theme.
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