barty wrote:when I do that, it just replaces the selection with the tag (e.g., 'p') and tab, literally. syntax is set to html.
<!-- Insert open/close tab - textmate way -->
<binding key="ctrl+comma" command="insertSnippet 'Packages/PowerUser/Snippets/HTML/textmate_tag.sublime-snippet'">
<context name="selector" value="text.html - source, text.xml"/>
barty wrote:Jon, I think I found a possible bug.
I did a clean reinstall to find where the problem is and traced it to my keymap file. If I use mine keymap instead of Default, it breaks the tag wrap behavior. So I copied Default.sublime-keymap to temp.sublime-keymap to get a fresh restart. But without changing anything else, just setting
in Application.sublime-options breaks the tag wrap.
Then I copied and pasted my keymap file into Default.sublime-keymap and set it back to
and the wrap tag behavior is OK!
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