Re: [code] [textadept]

From: Mitchell <>
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 08:22:24 -0500 (EST)

Hi Victor,

On Thu, 5 Feb 2015, Victor Blomqvist wrote:

> On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 5:58 PM, Robert Gieseke <> wrote:
>> [snip]
>>> 1. Find in Files doesnt work? It doesnt open any file dialog instead
>>> it just behaves as normal search.
>> It should work, when you open the find dialogue you can select "in
>> files" or have this activated when you use command-shift-f or the menu.
>> Next a dialogue should show up to select the directory, results being
>> displayed in a message buffer which you can select to jump to the
>> respective files.
> The dialog doesnt show. Not with the shortcut, not with the menu. (However,
> I can see that the "in files" checkbox is checked in the bottom right
> corner)

Enter your text to search for and then press "Find Next" to be prompted
with the dialog.

>> [snip]
>>> 3. Is there any plan (or already available somehow) to have a
>>> filetree open, a basic version of something like

Not in core Textadept. As Robert mentioned I have a module that mimics a
basic tree.

>> [snip]
>>> 4. Is it possible to rearrange the order of open tabs?
>> This was discussed a couple of times and it's not simple. Personally I
>> don't use tabs (most of the time) and use the buffer list in Textredux
>> which is sorted by directories, thus showing related files next to each
>> other.
> I still think it would be a nice feature. Usually its not a big deal, for
> example at the moment I have 4 files opened with a [Message Buffer] in the
> middle, would be nice to be able to keep that one to the far left / right.
> Same with other scratch type buffers I might have.

It is not possible at the moment and I have no plans to implement it due
to complexity concerns.


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Received on Thu 05 Feb 2015 - 08:22:24 EST

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