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20090913 Beta

Postby jps on Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:44 pm

20090913 is out, primarily to fix the selection rendering issue in 20090909. Please let me know if there are any remaining issues. While I was doing a release, I threw in a few minor features:

* Quick panel filter terms may now be prefixed with a '-', to indicate that any lines matching that term should be excluded
* Minimap zoom level is now calculated based on buffer height and viewport width only, as recently requested. This used to be the default behaviour, and I can't recall why it was changed - let me know if any issues are encountered with this setup.
* Minimap may now be drawn on the right hand side, via the new application option (Preferences/General Preferences).

Due to the change to Application.sublime-options, your local copy will be overwritten with this upgrade. This sucks, and there's a plan to fix it, but it's not going to happen quite yet.
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Re: 20090913 Beta

Postby EJ12N on Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:11 pm

Nice good job :D that selection bug was a lil annoying.
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Re: 20090913 Beta

Postby mikeb on Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:57 pm

Mini-map on the right side is very cool! After I moved it over there, I realized it kind of makes the scrollbar on the right a moot point. It almost replaces it as a "super scroll bar" and perhaps the regular scroll bars should be hidden when it's on the right?
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Re: 20090913 Beta

Postby mikeb on Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:21 am

To follow up on my previous comment if anyone is interested I found a setting sublime-options file that hides scrollbars and it works perfect.

wantScrollBars false
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Re: 20090913 Beta

Postby vim on Thu Sep 24, 2009 6:46 pm

it would be useful if there be a way to set off vertical scroll bar with out horizontal one. e.g.:

wantHorizontalScrollBars true
wantVerticalScrollBars false
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