dreamweaver is the BEST
dreamweaver is the BEST
Dreamweaver in code-view with automated coding turned off.
Trying to fill the unforgiving minute
with sixty seconds' worth of distance run.
April Photo-Challenge: "A Piece of Paper"
coda all the way
I use smultron (mac only)
^ Sounds like someone from Transformers..I use smultron (mac only)
I like the built in ftp too.
Welcome to SP Gary,
You don't need to alt tab to minimize an X Application. If you use Windows then just hitting the Windows key minimizes. Little known fact there...In fact I just learned that alt tab works about 2 months ago.
Hm, it's pretty handy to have in a console, though for straight up text editing, I don't see how emacs is an upgrade. I know it has dozens and dozens of plugins and useful utilities for programming and it's built/for Lisp ( well, it's built to handle anything really.. its like a damn OS ), but still...
Cross browser css bugs
Dan Schulz you will be missed
Here are some problems
1. Adding a close curly bracket auto de-indents, but it also sometimes deletes the next carriage return. Often this means that the next line ends up on the same line as the close curly.
2. Auto-completion of typed text sounds cool, but is for all practical purposes worthless for programming. It changes the case of what you’re typing even if you don’t choose any of the auto-complete guesses.
Am unable to replicate your windows key trick. I am not minimizing, anyway. I tile the various apps on the desktop and use alt-tab to rotate through them. I never ever run maximized.You don't need to alt tab to minimize an X Application. If you use Windows then just hitting the Windows key minimizes.
Wow! That's basic. Have you been using the mouse and clicking on the task bar? Every time you lift your hands from the keyboard, you harm productivity.Little known fact there...In fact I just learned that alt tab works about 2 months ago.
That was just a small prodding in the Great Editor Religious War between Vi users and the more highly evolved Emacs users.though for straight up text editing, I don't see how emacs is an upgrade. I know it has dozens and dozens of plugins and useful utilities for programming and it's built/for Lisp ( well, it's built to handle anything really.. its like a damn OS ), but still...
No, I just always used the windows key to minimize. If it froze I would Ctrl + alt + delete. And i am talking about applications that take up the whole screen, like an online game. I doubt 2 seconds worth of clicking can harm productivity.
Dunno, when I started with Mandrake I first started using the console for certain things and the Xwindows for other things... and now they're ingrained stupid habits.You're running Vi in a console? Why not in an Xterm?
I mean, I point and click to open files in my text editor and to copy music from a disc (Sound Juicer), but I go into the terminal to move, copy, or delete files and folders. Which is kinda dumb. Oh well.
When I first realised switching between console and x for HTML wasn't working I did try it in the fake terminal but it just wasn't as handy as gEdit. With Perl I don't need to ever go to X so it didn't matter.
Incidentally I do keep everything maximised. My monitor is 17" wide. I'm using every pixel of it (except when using Gimp, I never maximise that image window).
Only reason to pick one side of the Great Flame War Between the Kitchen Sinkers and Those Who Wanted A Text Editor is because you pick one and get comfortable with it, and don't feel like starting over to learn another one (esp when both have bazillions of features you never touch). If Emacs would vaccum and do my dishes though I'd consider it. I suppose that can't be too far away now : )
Oh and my choice is better, just because : )
HTML Kit for me. Some of the plugin's are really handy.