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Dev Build 2118

Postby jps on Mon Sep 19, 2011 11:41 pm

Dev Build 2118 is out now, with a few polish related changes. Notably, expanding folders on the side bar is now easier: you can click anywhere in the row, rather than only on the triangle button.

The behaviour of "Find Next Using Selection" (Ctrl+F3 / Command+Option+G) has changed a little: if the selection is empty, it'll search by whole words, otherwise it'll search for substrings. The previous behaviour was to use whatever the current whole word setting on the find panel was. Ctrl+D/Command+D has changed in a similar way.
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby eikaramba on Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:00 am

hey jon,

i believe i found a bug. If i resize the layout of let's say a 2 column layout the left column is removed and i end up suddenly with a one column layout.
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby jps on Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:16 am

Thanks for the report - will fix for 2119
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby kuroir on Tue Sep 20, 2011 4:32 am

Just letting you know that Folding hotkeys are not compatible with Spanish keyboards on Mac.

CMD + ALT + [ | ] are used to modify indentation.
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby firefusion on Tue Sep 20, 2011 4:39 am

I've never been able to get Ctrl Shift N to open a new window for me. Am I the only one?

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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby bizoo on Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:25 am

jps wrote:The behaviour of "Find Next Using Selection" (Ctrl+F3 / Command+Option+G) has changed a little: if the selection is empty, it'll search by whole words, otherwise it'll search for substrings. The previous behaviour was to use whatever the current whole word setting on the find panel was. Ctrl+D/Command+D has changed in a similar way.

Great, I like this new behavior a lot.

IMHO, the behavior of the ctrl+shift+f3 that first select the current word before searching the previous one is still cumbersome (http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2942#p13793).
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby skaet on Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:36 pm

sublimator wrote:@firefusion

That would be because of ZenCoding. It also uses ctrl+shift+n and was doing so before S2.
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  "keys": [
    "ctrl+shift+n"
  ],
  "__doc__": "Find and select HTML tag pair\n\n\n@param direction: Direction of pair matching: 'in' or 'out'. \n@type direction: str ",
  "args": {
    "action": "match_pair",
    "direction": "out",
    "syntax": null
  },
  "command": "run_zen_action",


When I ported Zen to S2 I wasn't using S2 yet. I meant to change it but I forgot about it.

Any votes for a replacement binding?

ctrl+alt+n would work just fine.
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby jburnett on Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:06 am

Good stuff! Though there seems to be a regression? In the find (and find/replace) panels, the hotkeys for toggling options don't seem to work now (e.g. alt-c doesn't toggle case sensitivity)?
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby jbjornson on Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:13 am

sublimator wrote:Any other suggestion?


Another user posted on another topic suggesting that plugins use combination key bindings (like the "ctrl+k, ctrl+b" binding used to toggle the side bar), with the first of the combination being a kind of plugin selector, consistent across all key bindings for the plugin. In this case, I would suggest using "atl+z" as a selector for the ZenCoding shortcuts and then adding something afterwards for each shortcut. In this case, maybe "alt+z, alt+n"?

FWIW, I don't actually use the ZenCoding plugin so this might be a terrible idea in practice, but the concept sounded good when I read it the other day.
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Re: Dev Build 2118

Postby ilya on Wed Sep 21, 2011 8:16 am

Sublimator, yes! ;)
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