Fish Tank simulator for Sublime Text 2 & 3
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- Win 132
- OS X 113
- Linux 54
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Stop coding and watch some fish!
- Install Package Control
- Open the Command Palette (
super+shift+pon Mac) and select “Package Control: Install Package”
- Select “FishTank” from the installation panel
After installing the plugin, open the Command Palette and try out the commands that show up when you type “Fish Tank”.
There are no key bindings installed by default, but there is an
Example.sublime-keymap file if you want to create your own. (I recommend using PackageResourceViewer to view the
Code and Fish?
If you want, you can actually keep coding while your fish swim around! I don't know if I'd recommend it, but it is possible. If you do, you should first turn Word Wrap off and make sure you have
"trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true in your preferences. Remember to save your work afterwards!
I may improve the support for this if people want it; comment here to let me know that you do.
I've only tested this on Windows; please create an issue on github and let me know if you find any bugs.
Partially inspired by Jon Finerty's Snake plugin. The code I use to clone your current file is adapted from his Snake code.