jbjornson wrote:If I clear out the "In Files" field of "Find in files" and search, the next time I open "Find in files", the previous text is back in the field (rather than remembering the cleared state of the field)
knitatoms wrote:Bug: If I drag a file in the Side Panel from Group 2 to Group 1 the file name displayed in the side panel changes to the name of the file already open in the group.
Tanaric wrote:Bug report: pasting into an empty buffer crashes Sublime Text on Linux (and has for the last couple releases).
hoffstein wrote:Bug report: If you hide the minimap and then close/reopen the application, the minimap will be visible again. The View > Show/Hide minimap item will remain in the correct state, so in order to re-hide the minimap you need to click it twice (once to Show, which does nothing since it's already shown, then again to Hide).
adzenith wrote:If I drag a sidebar item and I let go when my mouse is outside the window, the item gets stuck until I click back in the window.
adzenith wrote:Command-d sometimes doesn't work right: if I have a selection, it will expand to word instead of find_under_expanding. Sometime it does work, though; I can't figure it out.
adzenith wrote:When I hit find_next, it makes all my little outlines around all the find results disappear. I can only bring them back by closing the find dialog and re-opening it
jbjornson wrote:Is it possible to change an existing keymap to a different key combination without "reimplementing" it?
Tanaric wrote:It'd be nice if clicking "find" or (especially) "find all" in the normal Ctrl+F find window moved the keyboard focus to the found result. Currently you have to click "find all" and then hit Escape to close the Find bar to actually use the results.
Allen wrote:Is it possible to include/exclude subfolders and filetypes in projects yet?
adzenith wrote:Is there a way to remove one folder from a project?
jps wrote:jbjornson wrote:Is it possible to change an existing keymap to a different key combination without "reimplementing" it?
It's not, no. Most key bindings are only a single line though, so there's not much to it - are you rebinding one of the complex ones?
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