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AdrianMG says





[...] spaces instead of tabs [...]
:O
Why?
maybe you the first one I see who prefers spaced over tabs :D any reason?

Each editor has a different default number of spaces for one tab so you need to set one standard for your team.

Yeah I know that functionality, but we want to use character number limitation, it forces you to write better and clean code and blahblabhal.

You serious? :D Wasn’t it just some friendly prank? :sarcasm:

If I would tell this to our lead developer he would beat me with a stick.

Yes I’m serious, we got this problem in other projects :s

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AdrianMG says


Not sure what you mean exactly :) +1 For Coda – Its the best :)
cough Espresso cough

Why is better for you than Coda?

By the way… Does anybody know how to limit the number of characters per line? No responses at the main topic :(

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wizylabs says
Each editor has a different default number of spaces for one tab so you need to set one standard for your team.

Hmmm, yeah, but I believe you could just go to the preferences and change the number of spacer for tab to a specific one. Say 4 spaces or so.

By the way… Does anybody know how to limit the number of characters per line? No responses at the main topic :(

Tbh, I dont think that is possible at all. Im not even sure that you can get the character count per line, but, what you can do, is to resize the editor window to a specific width knowing that lines that exceeds certain character count will break if you have the word wrap turned on, or the horizontal scroll bar will appear if the word wrap is turned off.

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FRESHFACE says

Hmmm, yeah, but I believe you could just go to the preferences and change the number of spacer for tab to a specific one. Say 4 spaces or so.

That’s what I said :) You can set the Tab Width in “Text -> Tab Width”.

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wizylabs says

Hmmm, yeah, but I believe you could just go to the preferences and change the number of spacer for tab to a specific one. Say 4 spaces or so.

That’s what I said :) You can set the Tab Width in “Text -> Tab Width”.

oops :D dint see that :D

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FRESHFACE says


Hmmm, yeah, but I believe you could just go to the preferences and change the number of spacer for tab to a specific one. Say 4 spaces or so.

That’s what I said :) You can set the Tab Width in “Text -> Tab Width”.
oops :D dint see that :D

np mate :)

@adrian Do you have some links where I can study that character limitation you are talking about? Seems really fishy to me so I am quite curious, thanks.

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