SeanWcom wrote:Another great plugin - good stuff! However, I'm seeing some interesting behavior... I'm not sure if I've got something conflicting or not. I setup my user settings for Terminal to work with sh.exe (Git Bash on Win7) as follows:
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"terminal": "C:/Program Files (x86)/Git/bin/sh.exe",
"parameters": ["--login", "-i"]
Nothing special there, just the path to sh.exe and the params needed. Now this works just fine if I hit Ctrl-Shift-T. However, if I hit the keybind while editing a PHP or HTML file, it doesn't do anything (and nothing appears in the console). All other file types appear to be working fine.
If I take a copy of the default keybinds and add them to my user keybinds, then everything works fine. Weird!
Let me know if there's something I can do to help you debug this on my end. In the meantime I'll just keep a copy of the keybinds in my user keybinds file.
My guess is another plugin bound itself to that keybinding after Sublime Terminal did. I believe the ZenCoding plugin also uses ctrl+shift+t. Your keybindings, however, override the defaults for all plugins.