A Sublime Text 2 and 3 plugin that ensures you will always have a permanent preview of a transient file open when all tabs are closed wherever possible
- Total 44
- Win 28
- OS X 14
- Linux 2
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Note: This functionality is now native to Sublime Text 3 and so should only be used with Sublime Text 2
Sublime Transience is a small Sublime Text 2 and 3 plugin that will make sure a transient file is always open.
This has several effects which include:
- Making it impossible to accidentally close Sublime by closing all tabs
(except on Mac and when
- Allowing you to type as soon as Sublime starts up
- Making it impossible to have empty tabs cluttering the tab bar unless you explicitly start typing
- In Sublime Text 3 new groups will automatically create a new transient view
- In Sublime Text 2 new groups will automatically create a new transient view when they are focused meaning you don't need to focus then create a new view yourself
The plugin also includes an override of the default new file short-cut
behaviour by making
ctrl+n on Windows and Linux, and
super+n on Mac
open a transient file instead of a normal file with a tab.
This behaviour can be disabled in the plugin settings.