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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby Henrik on Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:51 am

Anomareh wrote:Er by partial matches I mean you can't match a directory named "google" by typing "/oogle". At least as far as I know. You can match it with "/go" however. So "/aS" would work in the example you mentioned.

Right! Nevermind then. Still, it would be useful for eliminating the need to type common prefixes (such as sf in Symfony world).
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby oxman on Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:44 am

Well, i'm happy to see it.
But like other, i want the dark theme (i hope this will be the default theme, sublime should keep its own identity)
And for horizontal tabs also, because sublime should keep its own identity

Thanks for your great job :)
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby Henrik on Wed Sep 22, 2010 7:13 pm

It'd be great with a "check for updates" type of functionality to keep current with the alpha releases. Barring that, a simpe RSS feed would do :-)

oxman wrote:Well, i'm happy to see it.
But like other, i want the dark theme (i hope this will be the default theme, sublime should keep its own identity)
And for horizontal tabs also, because sublime should keep its own identity

Thanks for your great job :)


While I agree that identity is important, I think most of Sublime's identity lies deeper than dark vs. light or horizontal vs. vertical elements. As far those choices go, just go with the most usable option.
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby n00ge on Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:12 am

Henrik, Jon has been posting the updates via Twitter at twitter.com/sublimehq. You can follow him there.

If you prefer an RSS feed, you can get a feed of the tweets here:
twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/138034438.rss
http://twitter.com/n00ge
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby Henrik on Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:42 pm

n00ge wrote:Henrik, Jon has been posting the updates via Twitter at twitter.com/sublimehq. You can follow him there.

If you prefer an RSS feed, you can get a feed of the tweets here:
twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/138034438.rss

Brilliant!


sublimator wrote:I like it dark in line with my favorite syntax highlighting for the same reason people like full screen modes: to minimize distraction. As for 'identity', I always loved that Sublime was the complete package with brains AND looks. It all adds up to a nice environment and an immersive experience.

I prefer dark themes with clear, vibrant colors as well. I currently use the "Vibrant Ink" theme, ported to Espresso: http://github.com/jackw/vibrant-ink-espresso-theme :-)
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby corelon on Thu Sep 23, 2010 3:38 pm

Hello,

I tried Sublime X in both Linux (Linux Mint 32bit) and MacOSX 10.6
While on the mac everything seems to working ok (apart from some UI glitches (like missing the horizontal scrollbar) it works without problems.
On linux though I have the following issues:
a. I cannot delete neither forward nor backward.
b. I cannot type greek accented characters (i.e. vowels with "tonos") while I can type all the other greek characters normally.
Unfortunately, especially because of (a) I cannot test the editor further.

As for (b) if you are using Qt (the only reason I am suspecting this is because of the arrow style and the vertical tab bar style in general) I had this problem in the past, but it can be fixed (I had this exact problem with Pacu editor on linux and macosx)

Excellent decision to make the editor cross-platform. I have been using Sublime Text through wine ever since I switched.

Kind regards,

Nick Tzanos
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby oats on Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:06 pm

I potentially like the left-sidebar for three reasons:
1) Most displays today are widescreen, so vertical real-estate is a precious.
2) I often have more than 5 files open, and the current tab implementation gets difficult to keep track of files. (Tabs get hidden) Although I like tabs for only 2-4 files open.
3) New features for the sidebar that Jon has planned... I'm interested
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby jps on Fri Sep 24, 2010 6:00 am

corelon wrote:On linux though I have the following issues:
a. I cannot delete neither forward nor backward.
b. I cannot type greek accented characters (i.e. vowels with "tonos") while I can type all the other greek characters normally.


Could you let me know what keyboard layout your using, and what key sequence you typically use to type in accented characters? Backspace and delete should be working fine, at the very least.

With regards to UI toolkit, Sublime Text is mostly custom, with the exception of menus and dialogs, for which GTK is used on Linux.
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Re: Sublime Text X

Postby corelon on Fri Sep 24, 2010 6:08 am

I am using US Layout (where I use alt-shift to change to Greek when I need to)
The typical key sequence to type accented characters in greek is pressing the :/; key first and then any greek vowel.
Then for "dialitika" (i.e. diairesis or like the german umlaut) you shift-press the :/; key and either "iota" or "ypsilon" (the same letters can also be used with the combination of "dialitika" and "tonos" which is either altgr + :/; or in some cases :/; then shift-:/; then the letter).
My main problem is the accented characters. But I think if you solve that then you will have solved the others.

Regards,
Nick
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