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Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
Can I open multiple tabs and navigate between them and the file explorer?
Tanel
@taneltm
Yes you can
The basic key bindings are....
new = "C-n"
open = "C-o"
nextPane = "C-M-pagedown"
prevPane = "C-M-pageup"
toggleFileBrowser = "f10"
toggleInsertMode = "insert"
quit = "C-q"
Check slap.ini for more in github
Tanel
@taneltm
C - ctrl
M - modifier aka Alt key
... Or maybe the modifier key was shift... Can't test right now :)
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
after i opened a 'new file' or existing one, i don't know how to switch back to the file explorer
it's also unlcear to me how to see an overview over all files that are currently open
it would also be nice if i can see the whole open "file tree" and not just the current level i'm in. will that be supported? or are there "plugins" for that?
Tanel
@taneltm
As far as I know, there aren't any plugins like that.
To open a new file, you should just hit ctrl+o again and select the file. Or ctrl+n for a new file.
Tanel
@taneltm
If it doesn't work as expected, you should open a ticket here https://github.com/slap-editor/slap/issues and describe your expected and current behavior. Then it would be clear if it's a bug or something that should be a new feature.
Ted Coderman
@deltreey
this is very exciting. thanks for building it
Dan Appel
@Danappelxx
Hi! I really like slap but I've found it lacks a few key features (they're not really that big - just forces me to open up another editor once in a while). Here's some that I've come up with
  • multi line select (ex: shift+up)
  • multi-line editing (at once, ex: shift+drag)
  • clone current line (may be implemented, but I haven't found shortcut yet)
  • cut current line (same as ^)
  • highlight an entire word at once (ex: shift+option+right)
Let me know if these are already implemented. Other than that - amazing job! It's the perfect middle ground between something really light like nano and something insane like vim/emacs
Dan Kaplun
@dbkaplun

@Danappelxx

  • multiline select works exactly as you mentioned
  • multiline editing works exactly as you mentioned
  • clone current line = Ctrl+B
  • cut current line = Ctrl+K
  • highlight an entire word at once works exactly as you mentioned

You might have keybinding issues with your terminal. See https://github.com/slap-editor/slap-Terminal.app-profile

Dan Kaplun
@dbkaplun
Dan Appel
@Danappelxx
Cool, thanks!
Dan Appel
@Danappelxx
Yup - you were totally right
I set up that profile and everything works, with the exception of multi-line editing - it just highlights it.
If you go into sublime text and option+drag down, it'll create a cursor on each one of those lines. That's what I'm looking for, but its not a necessity