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Visual Studio Code extension that enhances display of errors and warnings.

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Run commands from Tree View / Status Bar / Quick Pick.

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Visual Studio Code extension for Todo tracking based on "todo.txt" format.

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Write and keep snippets for VSCode in a markdown file.

Light theme for vscode

Like Ace Jump, but better. Quickly move cursor to visible location

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Events

chore: update changelog

2.22.0

Created at 2 days ago

fix: adding subtask at the end of the document fails

feat: nested tasks show in correct order in completeTask Quick Pick

Created at 3 days ago

fix: remove margin from ordered lists too

docs: working badges for README

feat: select close task after completing task in webview

chore: update dependencies

fix: handle more cases when selecting next task in webview on completion

fix: don't add whitespace after tag/project/context completion

feat: setting to control editor pie chart visibility

Created at 4 days ago
"pyqtProperty is not defined"

I was running a python script with PyQt6 and when using the meta class "pyqtProperty" the extension says "not defined" but it really is. I tried with PyQt5 but I still get that it is not defined. I don't know if this is a bug in the extension (although I have previously disabled and re-enabled it, closed VSCode, etc.. but nothing).

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Created at 1 week ago
"pyqtProperty is not defined"

ErrorLens highlights existing problems. There's squiggly underline - there's a problem.

Extension doesn't know anything about language specific stuff, that's why it works in any language that generates diagnostic. You can exclude problems with errorLens.exclude setting.

Created at 1 week ago

docs: working badges for README

Created at 1 week ago

fix: badges in README should be links

Created at 2 weeks ago
Open link just by clicking

Is it possible to make the link pattern clickable without holding Alt?

Thank you anyways for this neat extension and your other extensions as well. 😄

Created at 2 weeks ago
Open link just by clicking

I made a different extension for this feature. MS Marketplace has problems publishing right now.

If you want you can download and install extension from .vsix file:

https://open-vsx.org/extension/usernamehw/auto-open-link

Created at 2 weeks ago
usernamehw create branch main
Created at 2 weeks ago
usernamehw create repository
Created at 2 weeks ago

chore: update changelog

1.0.0

fix: don't ignore the license file

Created at 2 weeks ago

fix: replace README badges for working ones

docs: add example with another type of variable

Created at 2 weeks ago
Support multiple group for match
  "autolink.queries": [
    {
      "linkPattern": "git@([^:]+):([^/]+)/([^.]+)\\.git",
      "linkText": "https://${0}/${1}/${2}"
    }
  ]

With the above rule, I expect clicking this text git@github.com:JenieX/project-name.git to lead me to the repository main page, but it doesn't.

Created at 2 weeks ago

chore: rounded corners for icon

chore: update dependencies

refactor: ESLint warnings

feat: multiple replace groups (#3)

Created at 2 weeks ago
Open link just by clicking

Maybe it should be a separate extension?

There is api to subscribe to event of onDidChangeTextEditorSelection which changes on every cursor change (typing or clicking), but it can also distinguish between keyboard and mouse event origin. And it won't work if you click on the place where cursor already is.

Created at 2 weeks ago
Feature Request: Show error only when pressed buttons.

No api.

Created at 3 weeks ago
Display Messages From ESLint

It should already do that.

Do you have ESLint extension installed? I don't see the squiggly lines under the warning range. Is the warning generated in the PROBLEMS panel or is only shown in terminal?

Created at 3 weeks ago
issue comment
Explore UI density modes

My first question is how the state of each UI element would react to the density modes if they were individually set. Does the density mode stomp on those changes? do we introduce a "custom" setting?

One setting can be enough (string(global) or object(customized)). When switching density mode through the UI(Quick Pick) - if setting is of type object(user customized), then show notification with buttons or modal dialog with warning that it will overwrite it.

Also curious how deep this would go since density could be considered as applying to major UI parts (e.g. the status bar) but also to any number of tiny low-level UI details. I'd prefer to avoid a huge settings surface area if we allowed such customization.

One way is to start with the biggest chunks of interface and wait if users ask for smaller UI parts customization.

Created at 1 month ago
issue comment
Removing folding controls removes gutter diff decorations

Nvm, it was because of

"editor.lineDecorationsWidth": "5",
Created at 1 month ago
closed issue
Removing folding controls removes gutter diff decorations
"editor.showFoldingControls": "never",

  • VS Code Version: 1.74.0 (user setup)
  • OS Version: Windows_NT x64 10.0.19044
Created at 1 month ago
opened issue
Removing folding controls removes gutter diff decorations
"editor.showFoldingControls": "never",

  • VS Code Version: 1.74.0 (user setup)
  • OS Version: Windows_NT x64 10.0.19044
Created at 1 month ago
issue comment
Explore UI density modes

Would be nice to configure parts separately:

"...": {
    "titleBar": "default",
    "statusBar": "comfortable",
    "activityBar": "compact"
}
Created at 1 month ago
closed issue
Indicate incomplete result for references view
"references.preferredLocation": "view",

When running editor.action.goToReferences at startup - before the TypeScript language have scanned the codebase, it returns only 1 reference (in the current opened file). There's no indication that this query result is incomplete (unless you know that this symbol is present in other files).

It would be great if there was an indication that the query result does not have all the data, or for it to rerun when all the references were computed.

Created at 1 month ago
closed issue
Indicate incomplete result for references view
"references.preferredLocation": "view",

When running editor.action.goToReferences at startup - before the TypeScript language have scanned the codebase, it returns only 1 reference (in the current opened file). There's no indication that this query result is incomplete (unless you know that this symbol is present in other files).

It would be great if there was an indication that the query result does not have all the data, or for it to rerun when all the references were computed.

Created at 1 month ago

chore: update dependencies

chore: update changelog

2.21.0

Created at 2 months ago

feat: add todomd.savedFilters to webview autocomplete

fix: add description to saved filter autocomplete

Created at 2 months ago

refactor: no sourcemap references for webview in production

fix: webview autocomplete position and width

Created at 2 months ago
Bug: Autocompletion of Tags, Projects and Contexts broken in WebView filter

Since the latest release 2.20.0 , autocomplete in WebView is broken for Tags, Projects and Contexts

Example: Type "+MyPr" and hit Tab or Enter for autocompletion. Instead of "+MyProject", the following text is entered: [object Object]

Filtering works fine when manually typing "+MyProject"

Thanks a lot!

Created at 2 months ago