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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby jbrooksuk on Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:43 am

heaphy wrote:Hope sublime can open a file faster. Like notepad++

Sublime is extremely fast for me.
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby kuroir on Sat Sep 03, 2011 6:06 pm

I suggest that you remove this forum (Ideas and Feature Requests) and put it as a link directly to userecho, instead of making the potential users to click twice to reach to the correct page.
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby forehead on Wed Oct 05, 2011 11:08 pm

Can UserEcho be tweaked to show more than 10 things on a page? It's nearly impossible to scan the ideas list otherwise.

Whoops! I just found this item:

http://feedback.userecho.com/topic/3384 ... -per-page/

Apparently if you want their site to be usable, you have to pay them extra. :(
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby ycwang on Thu Dec 22, 2011 4:16 pm

1, Please support multibyte encoding such as BIG5, GB, etc. which are commonly used by Asian country on Windows.
2, File loading is slow. Sublime Text takes more than 5 minutes to open a 100MB+ file, which Notepad++ just use about 1 minute.
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby s3nthilkumar on Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:56 pm

SSH support? It would be awesome.
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby gour on Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:28 am

Anomareh wrote:I think that'd be a pretty silly idea. The thing UserEcho does best is just giving a rough idea of the most wanted features. Other than that it has VERY bad visibility for any suggestions or requests not on the first few pages, especially with completed requests not being removed. Getting that rough idea seems to be about the only thing UserEcho does well.

Aside from that it seems quite a few poor design decisions were made and it's not all that useful as a full time replacement for this forum. They could learn quite a few things from the StackExchange platform. Seems quite odd as it appears they were trying to directly rip it off in the first place. Perhaps they decide to make some dumb design decisions so it didn't seem like a 100% copy.


Tracking feature requests with UserEcho is, imho, in total contrast with the quality of SublimeText editor. :roll:

Why not using proper issue tracker?

Let me also say that I'd be much happier with mailing list than forums, but it seems that new generation is in love with having everything in browser. :(

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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby Klerith on Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:40 pm

Hi Sublimers Gods...

I want to say, SublimeText is awesome, and I just love it... just a couple of things to make it perfect!:

1- I need a replace in all open documents: That would be nice and I don't know why this feature is not there.
2- It was better the previous icon of sublimetext.
3- The price of sublimetext is a little expensive... if you sell it $30 would be nice.

Thank you for create such a great program.

Saludos from Costa Rica...
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby bizoo on Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:45 am

1395 opened features requests on userecho :shock:

How is it possible to manage all these requests ?
There are probably lot of good idea among them, but I don't even have the courage to look at them and vote.

Does it really useful to add new requests ? Look like a waste of time...
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Re: Submitting Feature Requests

Postby jbrooksuk on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:12 pm

bizoo wrote:Does it really useful to add new requests ? Look like a waste of time...

Not to mention the ones I've recently looked at have all be completed in the latest nightly builds, yet still not marked, so there are bound to be duplicates.

If Jon could appoint moderators for userecho that could be handy!
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Text to html with style

Postby juanfal on Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:29 pm

Brad Choate -- http://bradchoate.com/ did it for TextMate and I can assure you that it is really useful. You can publish your code as you see it in ST2 in any forum not just as mere plain text, but with its alignment and syntax coloring. The plugin for TextMate is doctohtml.rb and yes, it is written in the marvelous Ruby. The problem here is it depends on environment variables and some snippets written in the TextMate libs.

Is the code what I miss most in SublimeText2. Does anyone have done anything related to it?


- Juan
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