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Dev Build 3056

Postby jps on Wed Nov 20, 2013 4:16 am

Dev Build 3056 is out now, fixing a couple of regressions with 3055, and drawing a checkerboard pattern behind transparent images.
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby qgates on Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:24 am

Jon,

Liking this bitmap feature. It's handy to not have to leave sublime to check images. Thinking out loud... be lovely if there was a way to have some feature that would allow tip- or sidebar-style previews for image referenced in code as well. Also, wouldn't a grid-tab be nice for a folder full of images? Dragging them to text would paste the path/filename in. I'll stop now ;)

Couple of things about the latest build:
- There is a tendency to ctrl+mousewheel to zoom images, but in fact this silently changes sublime's font size. I think this is confusing. Zoom would be great :)
- Bitmaps can be double clicked to load them up. Obviously this makes little sense except that you can keep them open in tabs?
- New statusbar items are nice but they take up a bit too much room on the status line imo; there's too much whitespace between them. Since the fields grow in size, can't that whitespace be somewhat shrunk down? It doesn't leave so much room for status messages at the moment.
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby MattDMo on Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:55 am

qgates wrote:- New statusbar items are nice but they take up a bit too much room on the status line imo; there's too much whitespace between them. Since the fields grow in size, can't that whitespace be somewhat shrunk down? It doesn't leave so much room for status messages at the moment.


I agree. I guess it's nice that the data are there for some people, although I work 99.99% of the time with UTF-8/Unix, so a config option to hide these new fields would be much appreciated. I have a bunch of other info in the status bar from other plugins already (code hinting, git status, etc.), so the more room I can get there the better.

I don't have any more debugging info at the moment, but I had plugin_host die on me at least twice today (using Build 3055). Any other experiences of that out there?

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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby qgates on Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:05 am

Matt,

Guessing one of your plugins might be a bit flaky. I've not had plugin_host die, but I use very few plugins in ST3 at the moment. I'd suggest the game of moving candidate plugins into "ignored_packages" and seeing if you can nail the offending one.
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby MattDMo on Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:32 am

I know all about that game, I've played it plenty of times before :) . Problem is, it happened at random times, and I have about 50+ plugins installed (not all active concurrently, obviously), so the game takes a very long time to play...

I just mentioned it b/c Build 3054 had been quite stable for me, and I wanted to see if anyone else had suddenly experienced issues. If it keeps happening I'll start trending, see if any plugins updated recently, start pulling the usual suspects (SublimeCodeIntel, I'm looking at you!), etc.
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby iamntz on Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:10 am

Guys, stop with crazyness!
Do you realize what features do you ask for a text editor?
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby vbef on Wed Nov 20, 2013 3:12 pm

Fantastic!

One suggestion: would it be possible to display PDF files inline as well?
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby bizoo on Wed Nov 20, 2013 3:48 pm

iamntz wrote:Guys, stop with crazyness!
Do you realize what features do you ask for a text editor?


vbef wrote:Fantastic!

One suggestion: would it be possible to display PDF files inline as well?

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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby bphunter1972 on Wed Nov 20, 2013 7:04 pm

Find in Files still not working.

But at least it's broken differently:

Code: Select all
Searching 2 files for "SLI->MAC:"

828 matches in 1 file
     <binary>


Back to 3047, I guess.
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Re: Dev Build 3056

Postby tito on Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:54 pm

Thanks much appreciated!
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