Show icons on the file tab #71

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jpavon opened this Issue Mar 13, 2013 · 9 comments

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jpavon commented Mar 13, 2013

Feature request.

Would be great to have a little feedback on what type of changes have you made to each file, examples:

tab-icons

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tab-icons2

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jisaacks Mar 13, 2013

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I love the idea. I currently have no idea if it is possible to put icons in either of those places, if its possible I would love to work on such a feature. I haven't looked at the new ST3 API features in depth tho. If you know of a way or another plugin that puts icons in those places I love to know about it. Thanks.

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jisaacks commented Mar 13, 2013

I love the idea. I currently have no idea if it is possible to put icons in either of those places, if its possible I would love to work on such a feature. I haven't looked at the new ST3 API features in depth tho. If you know of a way or another plugin that puts icons in those places I love to know about it. Thanks.

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DouweM Mar 25, 2013

Oooh, this would be really cool! I really hope you figure it out @jisaacks!

DouweM commented Mar 25, 2013

Oooh, this would be really cool! I really hope you figure it out @jisaacks!

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paulandrieux Apr 7, 2014

Any news about this feature ?

Any news about this feature ?

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@paulandrieux This isn't possible with the current API

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jisaacks commented Apr 7, 2014

@paulandrieux This isn't possible with the current API

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nhajiyani Jun 25, 2014

This is one thing I miss from Eclipse, will keep my eyes out for trying to see if there is a way to do this.
Thanks for this plugin

This is one thing I miss from Eclipse, will keep my eyes out for trying to see if there is a way to do this.
Thanks for this plugin

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willstott101 Nov 19, 2014

@jisaacks From http://www.sublimetext.com/3 : "Release Date: 29 August 2014, Added sidebar icons"

@jisaacks From http://www.sublimetext.com/3 : "Release Date: 29 August 2014, Added sidebar icons"

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jisaacks Nov 19, 2014

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@willstott101 thanks for sharing. From first glance, it looks like they cannot be set via the API. Usually they list that type of thing prefixed with API:. But maybe it just isn't documented (wouldn't surprise me.)

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jisaacks commented Nov 19, 2014

@willstott101 thanks for sharing. From first glance, it looks like they cannot be set via the API. Usually they list that type of thing prefixed with API:. But maybe it just isn't documented (wouldn't surprise me.)

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flowerett Jun 28, 2015

Is it possible to change folder colors instead of icon manipulations (like in Atom)?

atom-folder-colors

Is it possible to change folder colors instead of icon manipulations (like in Atom)?

atom-folder-colors

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jisaacks Jun 30, 2015

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As far as I know, that cannot be manipulated in the way necessary for gitgutter to work. If someone can show me an API that allows it, I would love to add the functionality. Until then I am going to close the issue.

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jisaacks commented Jun 30, 2015

As far as I know, that cannot be manipulated in the way necessary for gitgutter to work. If someone can show me an API that allows it, I would love to add the functionality. Until then I am going to close the issue.

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