while self.living? do
mistake = Mistake.new
self.learn_from!(mistake) unless mistake.fatal?
handycam wrote:Sometimes, as I work through the day, I inadvertently open a new file from the Finder (double-clicking it) and now it's a part of my project.
"open_files_in_new_window" : true
handycam wrote:Conversely, sometimes I will inadvertently close a file that is part of my project. So, to add it back I need to hunt the file down again and re-open it into the project.
skopp wrote:I like that Sublime is drag and drop, plug and play and if I have to leave or the computer crashes, I close the window... badaboom it reopens instantly all my files. I do this: have a 'general' workspace project that is basically always open, and I actually don't type IN-BROWSER anymore because if it crashes or reloads the page... my text is gone (on Chrome. I know there is Lazarus and it was brilliant on Firefox, but I find it to be a cache hog on Chrome). This post was written in ST2. I don't use Word anymore either, if I need it, I type in ST2 then copypaste to Word.
ST2 is my to-do list.
ST2 saved my life. I am grateful. Thank you, ST2!
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