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Toggle​Settings

by lowerworld ALL

Toggle boolean type settings via the command palette.

Details

  • 2014.01.07.13.21.27
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Readme

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SublimeToggleSettings

A plugin for Sublime Text, toggle boolean type settings via the command palette.

Usage

  1. Click the Preferences > Package Settings > ToggleSettings > Settings – User menu entry

  2. Add list of setting names to ToggleSettings.sublime-settings like this:

    {
        "toggle_settings": ["fold_buttons", "trim_trailing_white_space_on_save"]
    }
    

    Note: There are must be exists and boolean type settings.

  3. Run Preferences: Toggle Settings – Current View command via the command palette and select setting name to toggle it, enjoy :)

License

SublimeToggleSettings is licensed under the MIT License, see the LICENSE file.