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rlyeh's wishlist

rlyeh's wishlist

Postby rlyeh on Fri Jul 01, 2011 8:15 pm

Hello there\n

Here are a few of my requests:

- Auto format/indent current selection (Visual Studio does it with Ctrl-K + Ctrl-F). It applies the style of the current file document to your selection; also replace tabs/spaces to your settings. So handy!
- Auto comment current selection (Visual Studio does it with Ctrl-K + Ctrl-C)
- Auto uncomment current selection (Visual Studio does it with Ctrl-K + Ctrl-U)
- Rectangular selections. ALT+mouse click in many text editors.

- Optional typewriter sounds when being in distraction free mode (Q10 text editor does this and becomes even more inmersive when writing your books :)
- Quick HUE rotation slider to tweak current theme colors all in once quickly. Actually two sliders: one for background, and another one for all the theme colors. Allow user to save this current mutation as a regular theme for his personal use.

Minor requests:

- The C++ syntax highlighter has trouble with this:

Code: Select all
void function1() //this comment has wrong color
{} //this one is ok

- The C syntax highlighter has trouble with this:

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struct class_t
{
    int n;
    float f;
}
class;
// there is a syntax warning between '}' and 'class'


that's all for now
st2 is the greatest text editor ever : )
Last edited by rlyeh on Sat Jul 02, 2011 5:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: rlyeh's wishlist

Postby bizoo on Fri Jul 01, 2011 8:40 pm

rlyeh wrote:- Auto comment current selection (Visual Studio does it with Ctrl-K + Ctrl-C)
- Auto uncomment current selection (Visual Studio does it with Ctrl-K + Ctrl-U)

Menu Edit->Comment->Toggle Comment
rlyeh wrote:- Rectangular selections. ALT+mouse click in many text editors.

http://www.sublimetext.com/docs/2/column_selection.html

If you already think that ST2 is the greatest text editor ever, take a deep breath and prepare to be dazzled by all the amazing features you missed ;)

The documentation is actually somewhat sparse but I recommend this guide (for ST1 but most concept apply to ST2 too):
http://sublime.akalias.net/gettingstarted/

and take a look at guillermooo great documentation:
http://sublimetext.info/docs/en/
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Re: rlyeh's wishlist

Postby rlyeh on Sat Jul 02, 2011 5:12 pm

ha, im amazed i missed all those options lol : D
wishlist updated, thanks dude : )
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