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Sublime Text 2 – advanced new file, etc

  • # December 12, 2012 at 6:59 am

    it seems like the **top folder** i have in the st2 sidebar is the one that gets all the new files i save if i don’t specify a path.

    i usually set up a new project with including my master web-projects folder with assets so i have it close:

    > web-projects
    > current-project

    (here, /current-project would probably be in xampp/htdocs/)

    can anyone confirm why i can’t set ‘Promote as Project Folder’ on the 2nd folder here?
    if i move it up so it’s above /web-projects then it works automatically.

    kinda annoying to write paths like ../../path/to/whatever to save the file in the proper folder. takes longer than using the mouse.

    # December 12, 2012 at 8:38 am

    one solution i’ve figured out is that u can actually tab-complete the path. makes it faster to write out,
    but it would be nice to get it to “work like it should”.

    # December 12, 2012 at 5:00 pm

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    Why don’t you actually make use of Sublime Text’s project feature?

    That’s how I use Sublime Text, and it makes a huge difference!

    # December 12, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    can’t see anything that i **don’t** do in the links u posted.
    just wanna be quick with the creation of files in a preset path that i can change when i want.
    i guess i just have to switch between the working project and have the asset files in another project.

    i watched jeffrey way’s netTuts+ videos on sublime, actually the reasoin why i started with st2.
    [plenty of st2 joy](

    # December 13, 2012 at 10:55 am

    ok. the best way is actually to add a new file with clicking on the folder and add it. lol.

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