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Greg-110
I assume I did something, but, for example, Cmd-/ deletes all the text in a file (as if Cmd-A, delete)

I’m using Ruby 2.6.3 and it’s a Rails project.

If I open a .txt file via File>Open the page flickers twice and then it’s blank. If I Cmd-Z twice the text returns.

I normally use Keyboard Maestro, but turned off the engine and it still happens.

I reinstalled TextMate and deleted ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ and also the two prefs files.

This reinstall helped with the initial problem the in general the clicks were ignored. I couldn’t edit Preferences.

Cmd-S deletes everything on a page too.

What did I do. I’m not thinking it’s a fundamental TM problem because my laptop is fine.

I first noticed this when I tried to do a Cmd-/ in a Ruby file and the whole page disappeared. (well at first nothing happened until I reinstalled TM and deleted Application Support)

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Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10

Matt Neuburg
This could be irrelevant but I've got a point of similarity, namely, I have a bundle command and instead of doing what it was supposed to do, it deleted all the text in the file.

I discovered that TextMate had mysteriously decided that my bundle command was empty. It had "reverted" to default settings and no code content.

Well, the default setting is that the output should replace the entire text of the file. There was no code so the output was nothing, and thus nothingness replaced the text of the file.

Fortunately I had a backup of the bundle. I had a very hard time getting TextMate to release its memory of the bad bundle but eventually by deleting the cache and restarting I was back in business. Very unnerving.

m.


> On Jul 23, 2019, at 9:04 AM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I assume I did something, but, for example, Cmd-/ deletes all the text in a file (as if Cmd-A, delete)
>
> I’m using Ruby 2.6.3 and it’s a Rails project.
>
> If I open a .txt file via File>Open the page flickers twice and then it’s blank. If I Cmd-Z twice the text returns.
>
> I normally use Keyboard Maestro, but turned off the engine and it still happens.
>
> I reinstalled TextMate and deleted ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ and also the two prefs files.
>
> This reinstall helped with the initial problem the in general the clicks were ignored. I couldn’t edit Preferences.
>
> Cmd-S deletes everything on a page too.
>
> What did I do. I’m not thinking it’s a fundamental TM problem because my laptop is fine.
>
> I first noticed this when I tried to do a Cmd-/ in a Ruby file and the whole page disappeared. (well at first nothing happened until I reinstalled TM and deleted Application Support)
>
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Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10

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Matt

Maybe that’s what started it, but I wiped the app and  ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate and the problem persists. Is the cache elsewhere?

On Jul 24, 2019, at 05:00, [hidden email] wrote:

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Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 11:18:45 -0700
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Subject: [TxMt] Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10
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This could be irrelevant but I've got a point of similarity, namely, I have a bundle command and instead of doing what it was supposed to do, it deleted all the text in the file.

I discovered that TextMate had mysteriously decided that my bundle command was empty. It had "reverted" to default settings and no code content.

Well, the default setting is that the output should replace the entire text of the file. There was no code so the output was nothing, and thus nothingness replaced the text of the file.

Fortunately I had a backup of the bundle. I had a very hard time getting TextMate to release its memory of the bad bundle but eventually by deleting the cache and restarting I was back in business. Very unnerving.

m.


On Jul 23, 2019, at 9:04 AM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

I assume I did something, but, for example, Cmd-/ deletes all the text in a file (as if Cmd-A, delete)

I?m using Ruby 2.6.3 and it?s a Rails project.

If I open a .txt file via File>Open the page flickers twice and then it?s blank. If I Cmd-Z twice the text returns.

I normally use Keyboard Maestro, but turned off the engine and it still happens.

I reinstalled TextMate and deleted ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ and also the two prefs files.

This reinstall helped with the initial problem the in general the clicks were ignored. I couldn?t edit Preferences.

Cmd-S deletes everything on a page too.

What did I do. I?m not thinking it?s a fundamental TM problem because my laptop is fine.

I first noticed this when I tried to do a Cmd-/ in a Ruby file and the whole page disappeared. (well at first nothing happened until I reinstalled TM and deleted Application Support)



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Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10

Matt Neuburg
Yes, it’s in Caches. m. 

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On Jul 24, 2019, at 10:07 PM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

Matt

Maybe that’s what started it, but I wiped the app and  ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate and the problem persists. Is the cache elsewhere?

On Jul 24, 2019, at 05:00, [hidden email] wrote:

Message: 2
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 11:18:45 -0700
From: Matt Neuburg <[hidden email]>
To: TextMate users <[hidden email]>
Subject: [TxMt] Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10
Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

This could be irrelevant but I've got a point of similarity, namely, I have a bundle command and instead of doing what it was supposed to do, it deleted all the text in the file.

I discovered that TextMate had mysteriously decided that my bundle command was empty. It had "reverted" to default settings and no code content.

Well, the default setting is that the output should replace the entire text of the file. There was no code so the output was nothing, and thus nothingness replaced the text of the file.

Fortunately I had a backup of the bundle. I had a very hard time getting TextMate to release its memory of the bad bundle but eventually by deleting the cache and restarting I was back in business. Very unnerving.

m.


On Jul 23, 2019, at 9:04 AM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

I assume I did something, but, for example, Cmd-/ deletes all the text in a file (as if Cmd-A, delete)

I?m using Ruby 2.6.3 and it?s a Rails project.

If I open a .txt file via File>Open the page flickers twice and then it?s blank. If I Cmd-Z twice the text returns.

I normally use Keyboard Maestro, but turned off the engine and it still happens.

I reinstalled TextMate and deleted ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ and also the two prefs files.

This reinstall helped with the initial problem the in general the clicks were ignored. I couldn?t edit Preferences.

Cmd-S deletes everything on a page too.

What did I do. I?m not thinking it?s a fundamental TM problem because my laptop is fine.

I first noticed this when I tried to do a Cmd-/ in a Ruby file and the whole page disappeared. (well at first nothing happened until I reinstalled TM and deleted Application Support)


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Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10

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Thank you Matt. That did it. 

My knowledge hadn’t gone beyond Preferences and Application Support. Learned something today. Will I remember it tomorrow?


On Jul 24, 2019, at 22:09, [hidden email] wrote:

Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 22:09:35 -0700
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Yes, it?s in Caches. m. 

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On Jul 24, 2019, at 10:07 PM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

Matt

Maybe that?s what started it, but I wiped the app and  ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate and the problem persists. Is the cache elsewhere?

On Jul 24, 2019, at 05:00, [hidden email] wrote:

Message: 2
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2019 11:18:45 -0700
From: Matt Neuburg <[hidden email]>
To: TextMate users <[hidden email]>
Subject: [TxMt] Re: Keyboard gone crazy in TM 2.0-rc.10
Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8

This could be irrelevant but I've got a point of similarity, namely, I have a bundle command and instead of doing what it was supposed to do, it deleted all the text in the file.

I discovered that TextMate had mysteriously decided that my bundle command was empty. It had "reverted" to default settings and no code content.

Well, the default setting is that the output should replace the entire text of the file. There was no code so the output was nothing, and thus nothingness replaced the text of the file.

Fortunately I had a backup of the bundle. I had a very hard time getting TextMate to release its memory of the bad bundle but eventually by deleting the cache and restarting I was back in business. Very unnerving.

m.


On Jul 23, 2019, at 9:04 AM, Greg <[hidden email]> wrote:

I assume I did something, but, for example, Cmd-/ deletes all the text in a file (as if Cmd-A, delete)

I?m using Ruby 2.6.3 and it?s a Rails project.

If I open a .txt file via File>Open the page flickers twice and then it?s blank. If I Cmd-Z twice the text returns.

I normally use Keyboard Maestro, but turned off the engine and it still happens.

I reinstalled TextMate and deleted ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ and also the two prefs files.

This reinstall helped with the initial problem the in general the clicks were ignored. I couldn?t edit Preferences.

Cmd-S deletes everything on a page too.

What did I do. I?m not thinking it?s a fundamental TM problem because my laptop is fine.

I first noticed this when I tried to do a Cmd-/ in a Ruby file and the whole page di



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