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Dev Build 2135

Postby jps on Thu Oct 27, 2011 7:23 am

Dev Build 2135 is out now, with basic Replace in Files functionality
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby iamntz on Thu Oct 27, 2011 7:42 am

Thanks for the update!

Please consider adding these things:
- a setting that make the folding arrows always visible (or at lease a block is collapsed)
- highlight the line where is a block collapsed
- make search (and replace) multi line. I know the resize trick, but for some reason on windows works poorly (you can't press enter, for example). Maybe you should disable snippets and syntax related keys on search? (i binded alt+1-5 to switch to syntaxes i use more. look what's happen when i switch to html, search for <div> and i press ctrl+enter - the combination i use for close tag http://screencast.com/t/ZxmNCPhr )
- add a menu in status bar (near to tab size & syntax) to be able to switch line ending for current file with ease.
- fix the snippets bug! :D

Thanks!
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby tito on Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:23 am

Two very minimal notes.
- Start-up time increased from 500ms~ to 1000ms~ Folders of disabled and deleted packages are recreate on every startup, I think it does some more IO than before.
- When resizing the Find and Replace dialogue, "Find:" and "Where:" fields resizes but not "Replace:"

Appreciated update, thanks : )
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby SeanWcom on Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:58 am

iamntz wrote:Please consider adding these things:
- a setting that make the folding arrows always visible (or at lease a block is collapsed)
- highlight the line where is a block collapsed



+1

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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby rocketman on Thu Oct 27, 2011 3:28 pm

jps wrote:Dev Build 2135 is out now, with basic Replace in Files functionality


Thanks you, thank you, thank you!!!!

:)
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby nmeirik on Thu Oct 27, 2011 4:12 pm

When I do a check for updates, I get:

"Sublime Text 2 Beta, Build 2126 is currently the newest version available."

Any idea why that is?
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby teejae on Thu Oct 27, 2011 4:43 pm

Probably you downloaded the stable Sublime, rather than the version in www.sublimetext.com/dev ?
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby gjd on Thu Oct 27, 2011 7:48 pm

Small bug I just noticed, not sure if it's in earlier builds:

If you highlight a folder in the project manager on the side, and then right click it and go to "New Folder...", the "Name Folder" dialog box fails to automatically gain focus for typing in the name.

If, however, the focus were in a file before hand, or a different folder were highlighted, then it works as expected.

OS X 10.7.2
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby drewish on Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:19 pm

Noticed that Edit > Convert Case > Title Case doesn't seem to work quite right. I tried applying it to this bit of text in a new buffer:
FREE MONEY.
CREDIT AMNESTY.
STUPIDITY INSURANCE.
UNGRADUATED TAXES.
GET OUT OF JAIL FREE.


But it seemed to screw up the first character of every line after the first:
Free Money.
credit Amnesty.
stupidity Insurance.
ungraduated Taxes.
get Out Of Jail Free.
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Re: Dev Build 2135

Postby raski on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:16 am

Hello all! Anyone got any issue with commenting line or a block of code? ctrl+/ nor ctrl+shift+/ won't work for me on Win7 x64.

P.S. Wish it was possible to open a new tab by double clicking the tab bar like we're used to in N++.

//Zok
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