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Re: Project Settings Question

Postby chuckr on Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:19 am

How about keeping your project folder state, so you have the same directories open on entry, as you did on exit?

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Re: Project Settings Question

Postby BestGreek on Wed Aug 29, 2012 8:08 pm

chuckr wrote:How about keeping your project folder state, so you have the same directories open on entry, as you did on exit?

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I agree, I wish projects would more completely maintain their state. It it would be nice if the director tree maintained what folders it had expanded/collapsed.
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Re: Project Settings Question

Postby eelco on Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:45 pm

I'd like to bump this post, because I've also looked for a solution. No luck though.

I've set both hot_exit / remember_open_files to false, besides liking it that way, I also have the idea st2 is booting a bit faster.
But I do want the last state of my project files when I open a project. Setting these (project based) options doesn't seem to work. "Close project" does work, but is not the best solution.

Any news on updates or workarounds?
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Re: Project Settings Question

Postby gekushner on Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:58 pm

I hate to bump it again but it has been a while. Has anyone found a solution to this? Thanks!
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Re: Project Settings Question

Postby lyubenblagoev on Mon Mar 31, 2014 11:08 am

In the latest Sublime Text 3 beta these project specific settings still seems to fail to override my user settings where I've set "hot_exit" and "remember_open_files" to false. I added the following in my sublime-project file but when I close and then reopen the project I start with blank project without last open files.

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"settings":
{
   "hot_exit": true,
   "remember_open_files": true
}
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