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Re: Dev Build 2057

Postby jps on Thu Apr 28, 2011 7:34 am

2058 is out now with a fix for exec.py
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Re: Dev Build 2057

Postby parsifal on Thu Apr 28, 2011 3:31 pm

Yeah I use shift+tab to un-indent the current line all the time. Is there a preference or something to get this back?
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Re: Dev Build 2057

Postby parsifal on Thu Apr 28, 2011 3:46 pm

This keybinding seems to have fixed my wagon:

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{"keys": ["shift+tab"], "command": "unindent"}
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Re: Dev Build 2057

Postby quesada on Sat Apr 30, 2011 1:46 pm

Using 2058, I have the following on my settings:
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   // Set to false for horizontal scrolling
   "word_wrap": true,

   // Set to a value other than 0 to force wrapping at that column rather than the
   // window width
   "wrap_width": 0,


But python files ignore this. They do not wrap to window size. All other filetypes seem to do ok. Is this a bug, or maybe I have some setting wrong somewhere?

Oh, and a feature request. Can we have automatic backups?

Thanks
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Re: Dev Build 2057

Postby oats on Sat Apr 30, 2011 6:58 pm

parsifal wrote:Yeah I use shift+tab to un-indent the current line all the time. Is there a preference or something to get this back?

Me too. I'd prefer ST keeps the default behavior for shift-tab to unindent for single lines. Which means find a new binding for real tab. Tab-tab seems fine to me.
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