On 3/9/18 at 6:11 PM, bria...@gmail.com (Brian Christiansen) wrote:
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit ProjectsListCanAcquireKeyboardFocus -bool
Patrick, thank you. Now I have to struggle with whether I
actually like this or not. Because the Project sidebar is
instant-activation, by which I mean, it opens the file as soon
as it's highlighted. So if I want to arrow down 10 files to
open the 10th, I wind up opening 1–10. On first experiment, I
opened 30 files in 1.5 seconds, unintentionally. ("This is why
it's not enabled by default behavior", Patrick thinks to himself.)
However, playing with this in the Currently open documents
pane, that I've liked a lot.
Apropos of when BBEdit opens files, there is an accessory pref
* Project windows will ordinarily open an item in the file
editing when you click on it and the editing view is
require a double-click:
[ please issue the following Terminal command ]
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit
ProjectsOpenItemsOnSingleClick -bool NO
so you may wish to apply it as well. :-)
Thank you, Chris! This one is completely new to me.
FWIW you can use these key shortcuts to switch between panes
within a window in (nearly) every Mac application.
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