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Auto​Width

by sjpfenninger ST3

Sublime Text plugin to automatically adjust the text wrap width

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AutoWidth

A Sublime Text plugin to automatically adjust the text wrap width when the view becomes narrower than the pre-defined wrap width.

If you set a fixed wrap_width in the syntax specific settings for editing text (e.g. Markdown, reStructuredText), but sometimes have a window that's narrower than this wrap_width (for example when using several panes next to each other), this plugin will dynamically adjust the wrap_width to fit the view.

By default, the font size is also reduced by 1 when reducing wrap width. This behavior can be adjusted in the AutoWidth settings file, accessible in the Sublime Text preferences menu.

Installation

Tested on Sublime Text 3 only.

Via Package Control.

Use

Set "auto_width": true either in your global settings, or, more usefully, in syntax-specific settings. For example, consider these syntax-specific settings for Markdown:

{
    "draw_centered": true,
    "font_size": 14,
    "line_numbers": false,
    "wrap_width": 98,
    "auto_width": true
}

These settings will display Markdown text in a 98 character wide and centered column, without line numbers, and in a larger font.

With auto_width enabled, Sublime Text will also automatically adjust the wrap width downwards if necessary if the view becomes too narrow, and then reset it to its default specified in the settings file when the view is wide enough again.

Wrap width is adjusted whenever a view becomes active. If you resize a window you can force an adjust by pressing F10 (FN+F10 on OS X).

License

GNU GPL version 3