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asked Right align columns in Sublime Text 3
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comment Sublime Text 3 package key binding conflict with CTRL-d and CTRL-l
Yes, I edited the default key bindings file via PackageResourceViewer and understand that this file will change when you next update the package (that was my hesitation in editing in this file). I guess it will be obvious when this happens. :) And the CTRL-l and CTRL-d hot keys are logical, I'm just a former Vim user and miss the ability to quickly select lines and words. Thanks!
Feb
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accepted Sublime Text 3 package key binding conflict with CTRL-d and CTRL-l
Feb
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comment Sublime Text 3 package key binding conflict with CTRL-d and CTRL-l
Hey, Mattias! Thanks for the help (and a great package)! The first link doesn't solve the question (I had tried that option, but failed to include it in my post). But the second link does solve the question. And I don't think the PackageResourceViewer is required, I could just navigate to the default key bindings file using the menus. Thanks for the help -- I just be less averse to editing the default files. :)
Feb
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asked Sublime Text 3 package key binding conflict with CTRL-d and CTRL-l
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answered Compiling Pandoc Haskell script: Could not find module `Text.Pandoc.JSON'
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asked Compiling Pandoc Haskell script: Could not find module `Text.Pandoc.JSON'
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asked Override default .csl bibliography file with vim-pandoc plugin
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accepted Apply one style to Word 2013 .docx assembled from several sources
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comment Apply one style to Word 2013 .docx assembled from several sources
The best that I can piece together is that "style sets", fonts, and paragraph spacing are independent (along with "themes", colors, and effects). To get the desired effect (i.e., applying one consistent formatting to an entire document) you must change all of these. So CTRL-a, then adjust each of these manually. FWIW, I also cleared all formatting first. That is CTRL-a, right-click, select "Style", then "Clear Formatting". Thanks for the help. I guess this is as good as it gets, but a little frustrating that "styles" and "themes" are not all-inclusive.
Apr
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comment Apply one style to Word 2013 .docx assembled from several sources
"I suggest selecting everything in the document with Ctrl+a and then applying the style." That's what doesn't work. Maybe there's no easy way. Odd, because this seems like a fairly common use case. Thanks for your help.