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Dev Build 2083

Postby jps on Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:13 am

Dev Build 2083 is out now, with some important fixes to issues introduced in 2081 - as far as I'm aware, this should sort out the last of them.
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby guillermooo on Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:55 am

Build 2083
Release Date: 15 July 2011

Build 2082
Release Date: 14 July 2011

Build 2081
Release Date: 13 July 2011

Will this pattern continue into the weeked? Soon we'll expect a new version twice a day! :D
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby bizoo on Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:13 am

jps wrote:Improved scrolling when dragging the mouse outside of the text control

Just tried it and it's a little bit erratic:
If you drag slowly the mouse cursor out of the text control, first the scrolling is very fast, then suddenly it almost stop and then it become to accelerate again.
Not a big deal.

Every others issues I've noticed on previous builds look resolved (mouse cursor shape, selection lost with page down/up, ...)

Thanks Jon for your quick fixes.
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby jps on Fri Jul 15, 2011 11:01 am

guillermooo wrote:Will this pattern continue into the weeked? Soon we'll expect a new version twice a day! :D

I sure hope not :)
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby ekolguy on Fri Jul 15, 2011 12:17 pm

Still can't make mouse_wheel_switches_tabs work. Added to User global settings, with no avail.

Also, when setting show_tab_close_buttons to false, there's a disturbing and inconsistent shift in title letters of tabs when hovering them. Here's what I mean: http://www.screenr.com/HBUs

Can we have a setting to disable close buttons on tabs forever? I keep on hitting them no matter what. Could be nice if "hover to show close button" was configurable too.
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby jps on Fri Jul 15, 2011 12:29 pm

ekolguy wrote:Still can't make mouse_wheel_switches_tabs work

Assuming you're on Linux and trying to disable it, there's no reason it shouldn't work if placed in the user global settings. You can type this in the console to verify the applied value:

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sublime.load_settings('Global.sublime-settings').get('mouse_wheel_switches_tabs')
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby ekolguy on Fri Jul 15, 2011 12:40 pm

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sublime.load_settings('Global.sublime-settings').get('mouse_wheel_switches_tabs')


Windows 7 64bit:
>>> sublime.load_settings('Global.sublime-settings').get('mouse_wheel_switches_tabs')
True

Scrolling over tabs still does not change tabs though. Am I missing something? Here's my user global prefs for reference:

// Place user-specific overrides in this file, to ensure they're preserved
// when upgrading
{
"remember_open_files": true,
"folder_exclude_patterns": [".svn", ".git", ".hg", "CVS"],
"file_exclude_patterns": ["*.pyc", "*.pyo", "*.exe", "*.dll", "*.obj", "*.o", "*.a", "*.lib", "*.so", "*.dylib", "*.ncb", "*.sdf", "*.suo", "*.pdb", "*.idb", ".DS_Store", "*.pdf", "*.class", "*.png", "*.jpg", "*.gif"],
"new_window_settings":
{
"side_bar_visible": false,
"status_bar_visible": false,
"show_tabs": true,
"show_minimap": false
},
// Set to 0 to disable smooth scrolling. Set to a value between 0 and 1 to
// scroll slower, or set to larger than 1 to scroll faster
"scroll_speed": 1.0,
"show_tab_close_buttons": false,
"mouse_wheel_switches_tabs": true
}
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby jps on Fri Jul 15, 2011 1:03 pm

ekolguy wrote:Windows 7 64bit...Scrolling over tabs still does not change tabs though.

It'll only work if you rotate the mouse wheel while the mouse cursor is over the tabs, and if the mouse wheel is detected as such. On Windows this means it must send a WM_MOUSEWHEEL message, and not use fractional scroll amounts.

This functionality isn't new, the only recent change was turning it off by default on platforms other than Linux. It only exists to keep in line with typical GTK behaviour, and the only reason there's even a setting for it is so that it can be turned off on Linux too - it's not a nice bit of functionality IMO.

If you're on Windows, a better option is to leave the setting off, and switch tabs instead by holding down the right mouse button and using the mouse wheel - it works without having to have the mouse over the tabs, won't cause inadvertent switching, and works with fractional scroll amounts.
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby bizoo on Fri Jul 15, 2011 1:29 pm

A small drawing problem with tabs:
If you start ST2 with tabs hidden and turn them on after, there's a kind of transparent line in the bottom of them.

startup, version: 2083 windows x64 channel: dev
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Re: Dev Build 2083

Postby ekolguy on Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:50 pm

jps wrote:If you're on Windows, a better option is to leave the setting off, and switch tabs instead by holding down the right mouse button and using the mouse wheel - it works without having to have the mouse over the tabs, won't cause inadvertent switching, and works with fractional scroll amounts.


OK, this is much nicer indeed! Thanks!
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