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Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 1:04 am

Hello,

Can anyone say if sublime support next few things?

1) Is there a way change autocomplete color? how change theme i'm know but didn't found way to change autocomplete colors
2) Is there a way to open file from Linux console in sublime? Just if open like "sublime_text file" it opens new window, but i'm need way opens in current window not make new :)

Forgot about #3 before :)
3) Code folding (bracket collapse), to make code more compact

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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby jps on Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:24 am

#1 requires editing the Default.sublime-theme file

In regards to #2, you'll notice there's a message printed to the terminal about single instance support disabled because your libgio is too old. This is the reason the file isn't opening in the current instance.
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:40 am

A big thank for #1 :)

For #2, yup i'm seen so it requires libgio, but found under ubuntu only libgio-fam,
if not hard to you and you know, can you say which package need under ubuntu?

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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby jps on Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:04 am

You'll already have libgio, as it's part of GTK, it's just the version that's required. I don't know exactly which version of Ubuntu has the needed version, but my 10.10 installs do, and when 11.04 comes out it certainly will.

I think 10.04, the current LTS, is too old.
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:24 am

Trying updates now on 10.04 if not help than move to 10.10 :)
Just it's better editor for me :-D happy so found it :)

Also can you say around timeline for 2 things :) it just last which i'm miss but it can wait :)
1) code folding, as i'm look it under request features
2) bookmarks, too under request features

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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby jps on Sun Mar 06, 2011 6:33 am

Bookmarks are already in, take a look at the Selection/Bookmarks menu.

Code folding will not be done before the stable version of 2 is released.
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 12:50 pm

A big thanks again.

Upgrade to 10.10 helps, even if not done.
If it help i'm can say so update 10.04 not helps.
And so libgio is a part of libglib, but i'm not get luck with up update it from repository,
so for me helps only full upgrade to 10.10

Thank you again for your help
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 1:27 pm

Oh :) i'm forgot last thing :)
Can you kick me to a docs (if exist) where i'm can find all possible keybinds (not only current use but all)
Like i'm now plan make mini map hidable by keybind but not know how called procedure.

Thank you again.
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby adzenith on Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:15 pm

The command to toggle the minimap is "toggle_minimap". I discovered this by opening the console (ctrl+`), typing "sublime.log_commands(True)", and then going to View>Hide Minimap and seeing what was displayed.
I think every command is either in the default keybindings file or in the menus, but I'm not 100% certain of that fact.
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Re: Autocomplete color, terminal questions

Postby aya on Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:36 pm

Thanks for help:)
Going to play with it more :)
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