Though for bundle items the convention is that if there is a selection in the File Browser then this is preferred over the project folder. If you wish to change the project folder then navigate to the desired project folder in the file browser and click the path drop-down at the top. Window Title The window title contains the document name, the name of the project folder if any and the current branch, if the project is using a version control system that supports branches. This is done via the properties system using the windowTitle setting, here are the default settings: For example, if we want to show the path as relative to the project folder, we can use: If you wish to change the setting for a certain folder then you can use the properties system and set the fileType setting scoped to attr. If you have a file selected, it will use the enclosing folder of this file. Creating Tabs Most ways to open a file inside TextMate will make it open as a new tab in the current window. Excluding minimized windows can be used to merge just a few windows:
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Next post: Screencast TextMate manual I am planning to release 1. While I do get many repeated requests, one of the issues that has been hard to overlook lately is the lack of thorough coherent updated documentation. Here is the first public draft of the TextMate manual. Currently the documentation is low on use-cases. I hope to iteratively improve this over time, as I think that when people ask for documentation they are in fact much more interested in how to combine the features of TextMate to solve the task at hand, than the core facts about how to move the caret and such. This of course is quite a challenge, as the tasks and possibilities are infinite. I myself regularly find new ways to use TextMate to improve my workflow in ways I would not have thought of just a few weeks earlier. Writing the documentation was no exception.