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No​Dialogs

by maximsmol ALL

Replace sluggish system file dialogs with a blazingly fast versatile input box.

Labels dialog

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  • Total 352
  • Win 140
  • Mac 123
  • Linux 89
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NoDialogs

ND is a plugin for ST3. It was not tested on ST2, but you can give it a whirl.

ND removes modal dialogs. It replaces them with input panels. It does so by overriding key bindings most oftenly causing modal dialogs to appear.

ND also includes a couple of brand new features. It lets you delete and move files from ST.

ND supports autocompletion in its input panels. ND remembers the history of used files in its input panels.

Every function ND provides (including README, LICENSE and config files) is in the Command Pallete.

Every file ND “removes” or “deletes” is actually send to trash using send2trash python module.

Installation

https://packagecontrol.io/packages/NoDialogs

Replaced dialogs

  • Open dialog
  • Save dialog
  • Save as dialog
  • Close file discard prompt
  • Close window discard prompt
  • Exit discard prompt
  • Add folder to project dialog

Additional features

  • Current file deletion
  • Moving current file (changing the name to a new one)

Key bindings overriden

In each keybinding super is replaced by ctrl on Windows

Key binding Description
super+o “Open” prompt
super+s “Save” prompt
super+shift+s “Copy” prompt (aka “Save as”)
super+alt+s “Move” prompt (aka “Rename”)
super+w “Close” prompt (aka “Close tab”)
super+shift+w “Close window” prompt
super+q “Exit” prompt (aka “Quit”)
super+alt+d “Delete” prompt

Settings

See settings file