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Could I simulate this behavior?

Postby malpeli on Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:42 am

I use this to make auto saves on VIM:
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au FocusLost * silent :wa                " Autosave!
au BufLeave * silent :wa               " Autosave!
set autowriteall                  " autowrite the buffers 

So I do not have to make a CTRL+S every time I go to the browser to see what is happening... Its possible to do that on Sublime?

My second question is about moving around, Im not finding how to quick jump between paragraphs, words, select a line and etc. Someone knows where I could find Documentation how to move around?

Thank you very much
Eduardo
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Re: Could I simulate this behavior?

Postby C0D312 on Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:50 pm

Under preferences, go to "File Settings - Default." In this file you will find the setting:
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"save_on_focus_lost": false
Set this to true.

Since your a VIM user, go to your Preferences > "File Settings - Default" file. There is an option at the bottom that says "ignored packages." //Comment out where it says "vintage." Vintage mode will emulate VIM inside sublime. Most of vim's commands are transferred over. Most of the questions you have about vintage mode can be found by searching this forum.
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Re: Could I simulate this behavior?

Postby malpeli on Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:53 pm

Perfect, thank you very much!
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