Sublime Text plugin
Sublime Text plugin for applying changes without saving.
Going to do this, but unsure about the timeline. Please keep voting!
the Firefox Plugin is unsigned and, as such, is being blocked by FF. is there a signed version in the near future?
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Данил Лучинец commented
Plugin is quite useful in ST3. One question - how to enable "Simple Reload" at startup?
Michael J Kormendy commented
Tick Tock .. what's the status? Is this a bust? Just let the public know! Thanks for a great app!
Looking forward to have it :)
Paul Gaidarzhy commented
It would be perfect))
Federico Romano commented
Any news on this????? i've paid LiveReload and i havent seen any update in a long time, could you please do this one? its really voted
I'd enjoy having that!
News about plugin for ST3 ?
Hi, any news about apply changes without saving in Sublime Text?
Hendra Susanto commented
I also vote for this feature
I'm using sublime text 2, is the plugin still compatible? I've downloaded it from here:
In the path I can read sublimetext2, but in the title it mentions sublimetext3.
When I try to activate the plugin in the browser I've got this error:
Could not connect to LiveReload server. Please make sure that a compatible LiveReload server is running. (We recommand guard-livereload, until LiveReload 2 comes to your platform.)
Any help? (i'm using ubuntu linux 12.04).
Any updates on this?
Web Deli™ commented
Austin Siewert commented
I would love this. I keep finding myself going back to Espresso when editing my CSS. Saving to reload is a pain coming from Espresso/CSSEdit workflow.
I can't find the thread, but I remember I commenting on this a while back (~April 2012) and you mentioned it was around the corner. Any insight on when this might be available? Thanks Andrey
Any news ?
Lovely idea! But wouldn't it be better not to focus on one text editor? Proper API that text editor can access is a good idea! Personally i use SublimeText but not everyone like that! ;-)
this is such a huge time saver. right now firebug does it but its not the same as having live reload handle this!
Would be nice to have the same for notepad++. I have a feeling if you can supply a snippet like is used in the head of the doc it should work. Or perhaps a macro I can code or import into notepad++.