Thanks again for the above bug reports.
Tanaric wrote:I don't get the little boxes drawn around all matching Ctrl+F find results in buffer anymore; is there a setting to re-enable this? Ubuntu 10.04, 64-bit.
They are drawing for me - can you check that the "Highlight Matches" toggle button (the one just next to the text field) is pressed?
jpjornson wrote:Quickpanel access for the most recent files
Firstly - thanks for the detailed list!
Recently closed files are listed in the Ctrl+P dialog (which accounts for the duplicates: that will be fixed in the future).
jbjornson wrote:- As mentioned by others, I agree that the project specification and the project state should be stored separately (maybe sublime-project and sublime-workspace?). As it is now, it will be difficult to edit the project files (because there is so much state information stored there) and sharing projects doesn't make much sense. The simplicity of the old project files was great but I really like the features of the new projects. Can't we have the best of both worlds?
- sublime-project: build_system, folders, save_all_on_build, plus any include/exclude instructions
It may be worth doing this, but I'm concerned about confusing people: people may not know what a 'workspace' is, so they use the project functionality when they'd be better served by using workspaces.