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Melbourne Ipsum

by timiyay ALL

a Sublime Text plugin for inserting hip filler text

Details

  • 2014.04.09.13.09.02
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 years ago
  • 2 hours ago
  • 8 years ago

Installs

  • Total 530
  • Win 274
  • Mac 200
  • Linux 56
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Melbourne Ipsum

a Sublime Text plugin for inserting hip filler text

props

Inspired by my love of the Hipster Ipsum plugin, and the code was ported from Leigh Hathaway's lovely Melbourne Ipsum page.

Installation

I strongly recommend you install via Sublime Package Control. If you're comfortable with a manual install, you can clone this repo and go nuts.

Usage

via command palette: search for 'Melbourne Ipsum'
via hotkeys: OSX: [ctrl+option+m+i], Windows: [ctrl+alt+m+i]
via snippet: s-o-m-e-l-b-n tab

I've done the bare minimum here. If you like the plugin, but it needs some polish, feel free to open up an issue. Or a pull request, even!