Font size is a funny thing. What looks good and works well for one person may not for another. For this reason, TKE allows the user to permanently or temporarily increase or decrease the font size for the following UI elements:
- Editing buffer
- Command launcher entry field
- Command launcher preview display
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If you on working on a project, it is likely that you are creating files written in a similar format. Perhaps you are coding in C++ and creating header and source files with similar starting code, perhaps different only based on the filename. Rather than re-typing this code over and over, it would make sense to create a snippet containing the starting content. That way, when you create a new file, you can just enter a shortcut to setup the starting state of the file. The downside to using snippets in this way is that the snippets can be quite lengthy, cluttering up the snippet files. For these reasons, TKE has a feature called file templates.
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Let’s face it — there’s something comforting about having line numbers displayed when editing text. It aids in debugging failures, it helps gives us a sense of where we are, and it even feels good to hit the return key at the end of a file and see the line number increase, giving us a feeling of accomplishment. All code editors have line number support as a result.
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