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  The Sublime Text 3 configuration file
  Add Date : 2017-08-31      
  The Sublime Text 3 configuration file

// While you can edit this file, it's best to put your changes in

// "User / Preferences.sublime-settings", which overrides the settings in here.
// Settings may also be placed in file type specific options files, for
// example, in Packages / Python / Python.sublime-settings for python files.
    // Sets the colors used within the text area
    // The theme file
    "Color_scheme": "Packages / Color Scheme - Default / Monokai.tmTheme",

    // Note that the font_face and font_size are overriden in the platform
    // specific settings file, for example, "Preferences (Linux) .sublime-settings".
    // Because of this, setting them here will have no effect: you must set them
    // in your User File Preferences.
    // font style, size
    "Font_face": "",
    "Font_size": 10,

    // Valid options are "no_bold", "no_italic", "no_antialias", "gray_antialias",
    // "subpixel_antialias", "no_round" (OS X only) and "directwrite" (Windows only)
    // font options: no_bold does not display boldface, no_italic does not display italics, no_antialias, and no_antialias turns off anti-aliasing
    // subpixel_antialias and no_round are OS X-specific
    // directwrite is unique to Windows systems
    "Font_options": [],

    // Characters that are considered to separate words
    // double-click on the text will select the current content, if the following characters appear inside, it will be cut off
    "Word_separators": "./\\()\"'-:,.;< >~!@#$%^&*|+=[]{}`~"

    // Set to false to prevent line numbers being drawn in the gutter
    // Whether the line number is displayed
    "Line_numbers": true,

    // Set to false to hide the gutter altogether
    // Whether the line number sidebar is displayed
    "Gutter": true,

    // Spacing between the gutter and the text
    // Line number The space between the sidebar and the text
    "Margin": 4,

    // Fold buttons are the triangles shown in the gutter to fold regions of text
    // Whether the code collapse button is displayed
    "Fold_buttons": true,

    // Hides the fold buttons unless the mouse is over the gutter
    // The code folding button is always displayed, regardless of the mouse in the row number sidebar
    "Fade_fold_buttons": true,

    // Columns in which to display vertical rulers
    // Columns display vertical rulers, numbers in brackets, and characters in width
    "Rulers": [],

    // Set to true to turn spell verification on by default
    / / Whether to open the spell check
    "Spell_check": false,

    // The number of spaces a tab is considered equal to
    // Tab Tab width
    "Tab_size": 4,

    // Set to true to insert spaces when tab is pressed
    // When set to true, spaces are substituted for indentation and for the tab key
    "Translate_tabs_to_spaces": false,

    // If translate_tabs_to_spaces is true, use_tab_stops will make tab and
    / / Backspace insert / delete up to the next tabstop
    // translate_tabs_to_spaces set to true, tab and backspace delete / insert acts on tab width
    // Otherwise it acts on a single space
    "Use_tab_stops": true,

    // Set to false to disable detection of tabs vs. spaces on load
    // false Prevents tabs and spaces from being detected at load time
    "Detect_indentation": true,

// Calculates indentation automatically when pressing enter
    / / Press Enter, automatically with the tab stop alignment
    "Auto_indent": true,

    // Makes auto indent a little smarter, e.g., by indenting the next line
    // after an if statement in C. Requires auto_indent to be enabled.
    // For the C language
    "Smart_indent": true,

    // Adds whitespace up to the first open bracket when indenting. Requires
    // auto_indent to be enabled.
    // need to enable auto_indent, the first time to open the parenthesis indent when inserting spaces? (Did not test out the results ...)
    "Indent_to_bracket": false,

    // Trims white space added by auto_indent when moving the caret off the
    // line.
    / / Show whether the alignment of the white line according to the carriage return, tab and other operations automatically fill
    "Trim_automatic_white_space": true,

    // Disables horizontal scrolling if enabled.
    // May be set to true, false, or "auto", where it will be disabled for
    // source code, and otherwise enabled.
    // Whether to wrap, if you choose auto, need to add double quotation marks
    "Word_wrap": "auto",

    // Set to a value other than 0 to force wrapping at that column than than the
    // window width
    / / Set the window width of the text area
    "Wrap_width": 0,

    // Set to false to prevent word wrapped lines from being indented to the same
    // level
    // Prevents word wraps that are indented to the same level
    "Indent_subsequent_lines": true,

    // Draws text centered in the window than left aligned
    / / If there is no definition, the file center display (such as the new file)
    "Draw_centered": false,

    // Controls auto pairing of quotes, brackets etc
    // Auto-matching quotation marks, brackets and so on
    "Auto_match_enabled": true,

    // Word list to use for spell checking
    // Spell check the word list path
    "Dictionary": "Packages / Language - English / en_US.dic",

    // Set to true to draw a border around the visible rectangle on the minimap.
    // The color of the border will be determined by the "minimapBorder" key in
    // the color scheme
    / / Code map part of the visible area with a border, the color of the border color scheme can be added to the minimapBorder key
    "Draw_minimap_border": false,

    // If enabled, will highlight any line with a caret
    // Highlight the line where the current cursor is located
    "Highlight_line": false,

    // Valid values are "smooth", "phase", "blink", "wide" and "solid".
    / / Set the cursor flash mode
    "Caret_style": "smooth",

// Set to false to disable underlining the brackets around the caret
    / / Whether the current special cursor shows the parentheses, code head and tail closing tag
    "Match_brackets": true,

    // Set to false if you'd only only highlight the brackets when the caret is
    // next to one
    // When set to false, match_brackets takes effect only when the cursor closes the end of the marker in parentheses or between the end and end
    "Match_brackets_content": true,

    // Set to false to not highlight square brackets. This only takes effect if
    // match_brackets is true
    // Whether parentheses are highlighted, match_brackets true
    "Match_brackets_square": true,

    // Set to false to not highlight curly brackets. This only takes effect if
    // match_brackets is true
    // Whether the curly braces are highlighted, match_brackets true
    "Match_brackets_braces": true,

    // Set to false to not highlight angle brackets. This only takes effect if
    // match_brackets is true
    // Whether the angle brackets are highlighted, match_brackets true
    "Match_brackets_angle": false.

    // Enable visualization of the matching tag in HTML and XML
    // html and xml highlight the cursor at the ends of the label, the impact of HTML, XML, CSS and so on
    "Match_tags": true,

    // Highlights other occurrences of the currently selected text
    // Full text Highlight the same character as the currently selected character
    "Match_selection": true,

    // Additional spacing at the top of each line, in pixels
    / / Set each line to the top, in pixel pitch, the effect is equivalent to line spacing
    "Line_padding_top": 0,

    // Additional spacing at the bottom of each line, in pixels
    / / Set the bottom of each line to the pixel pitch, the effect is equivalent to spacing
    "Line_padding_bottom": 0,

    // Set to false to disable scrolling past the end of the buffer.
    // On OS X, this value is overridden in the platform specific settings, so
    // you'll need to place this line in your user settings to override it.
    // When set to false, scroll to the bottom of the text when there is no buffer
    "Scroll_past_end": true,

    // This controls what happens when pressing up or down when on the first
    // or last line.
    // On OS X, this value is overridden in the platform specific settings, so
    // you'll need to place this line in your user settings to override it.
    // control what happens up or down to the first or last line (did not understand or did not try out)
    "Move_to_limit_on_up_down": false,

    // Set to "none" to turn off drawing white space, "selection" to draw only the
    // white space within the selection, and "all" to draw all white space
    / / Press the space or tab, the actual will produce a white point (a space a dot) or white horizontal line (tab_size set tab width), selected to see the state
    / / Set to none, under what circumstances do not show these points and lines
    // When set to selection, only the points and lines in the selected state are displayed
    // When set to all, it will always show
    "Draw_white_space": "selection",

// Set to false to turn off the indentation guides.
    // The color and width of the indent pipes may be customized by editing
    // the corresponding .tmTheme file, and specifying the colors "guide",
    // "activeGuide" and "stackGuide"
    / / Tab stop alignment white line is displayed, the color can be set in the theme file (guide, activeGuide, stackGuide)
    "Draw_indent_guides": true,

    // Controls how the indent guides are drawn, valid options are
    // "draw_normal" and "draw_active." Draw_active will draw the indent
    // guides containing the caret in a different color.
    / / Tab stop alignment white line, draw_normal is always displayed, draw_active to show only the current cursor where the code control domain
    "Indent_guide_options": [ "draw_normal"],

    // Set to true to remove trailing white space on save
    // When true, the extra space after the end of each line is deleted when the file is saved
    "Trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": false,

    // Set to true to ensure the last line of the file ends in a newline
    // character when saving
    // is true, the cursor will change the file to the bottom of the file when the file is saved
    "Ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save": false,

    // Set to true to automatically save files when switching to a different file
    // or application
    / / Switch to other file labels or click other non-software area, the file is automatically saved
    "Save_on_focus_lost": false,

    // The encoding to use when the encoding can not be determined automatically.
    // ASCII, UTF-8 and UTF-16 encodings will be automatically detected.
    // ASCII, UTF-8, and UTF-16 are automatically detected when encoding is not detected automatically
    "Fallback_encoding": "Western (Windows 1252)",

    // Encoding used when saving new files, and files opened with an undefined
    // encoding (e.g., plain ascii files). If a file is opened with a specific
    // encoding (either detected or given explicitly), this setting will be
    // ignored, and the file will be saved with the encoding it was opened
    // with.
    // The default encoding format
    "Default_encoding": "UTF-8",

    // Files containing null bytes are opened as hexadecimal by default
    // The file containing the null byte is opened by default in hexadecimal
    "Enable_hexadecimal_encoding": true,

    // Determines what character (s) are used to terminate each line in new files.
    // Valid values are 'system' (whatever the OS uses), 'windows' (CRLF) and
    // 'unix' (LF only).
    / / At the end of each trip to the characters used to do the termination
    "Default_line_ending": "system",

    // When enabled, pressing tab will insert the best matching completion.
    // When disabled, tab will only trigger snippets or insert a tab.
    // Shift + tab can be used to insert an explicit tab when tab_completion is
    // enabled.
    // When set to enabled, pressing Tab within a string inserts a tab character
    // When set to true, pressing Tab will automatically fill in the code according to context
    "Tab_completion": true,

    // Enable auto complete to be triggered automatically when typing.
    // Code hints
    "Auto_complete": true,

    // The maximum file size where auto complete will be automatically triggered.
    // Size limit for code hints
    "Auto_complete_size_limit": 4194304,

    // The delay, in ms, before the auto complete window is shown after typing
    // Code hints are delayed
    "Auto_complete_delay": 50,

// Controls what scopes auto complete will be triggered in
    // Control range for code hints
    "Auto_complete_selector": "source - comment",

    // Additional situations to trigger auto complete
    // Other conditions that trigger the code hint
    "Auto_complete_triggers": [{ "selector": "text.html", "characters": "< "}]

    // By default, auto complete will commit the current completion on enter.
    // This setting can be used to make it complete on tab instead.
    // Completing on tab is generally a superior option, as it removes
    // ambiguity between committing the completion and inserting a newline.
    / / Set to false, the choice of the code suggested by the transport or click on the output can be exported, but will not choose the output directly instead of true
    "Auto_complete_commit_on_tab": false,

    // Controls if auto complete is shown when snippet fields are active.
    // Only relevant if auto_complete_commit_on_tab is true.
    // auto_complete_commit_on_tab must be true to control the activity of code hints
    "Auto_complete_with_fields": false,

    // By default, shift + tab will only unindent if the selection spans
    // multiple lines. When pressing shift + tab at other times, it'll insert a
    // tab character - this allows tabs to be inserted when tab_completion is
    // enabled. Set this to true to make shift + tab always unindent, instead of
    // inserting tabs.
    // Set to false, and always use the Shift + tab to insert a tab
    "Shift_tab_unindent": false,

    // If true, the copy and cut commands will operate on the current line
    // when the selection is empty, than doing nothing.
    // Copy and cut
    "Copy_with_empty_selection": true,

    // If true, the selected text will be copied into the find panel when it's
    // shown.
    // On OS X, this value is overridden in the platform specific settings, so
    // you'll need to place this line in your user settings to override it.
    // Select the text Ctrl + f, automatically copied to the Find Panel text box
    "Find_selected_text": true,

    // When drag_text is enabled, clicking on selected text will begin a
    // drag-drop operation
    // Drag the text
    "Drag_text": true,

    // User Interface Settings

    // The theme controls the look of Sublime Text's UI (buttons, tabs, scroll bars, etc)
    "Theme": "Default.sublime-theme",

    // Set to 0 to disable smooth scrolling. Set to a value between 0 and 1 to
    // scroll slower, or set to larger than 1 to scroll faster
    // Scroll the speed
    "Scroll_speed": 1.0,

    // Controls side bar animation when expanding or collapsing folders
    // Left sidebar folder animation
    "Tree_animation_enabled": true,

    // Makes tabs with modified files more visible
    / / Highlight does not save the file
    "Highlight_modified_tabs": false,
    // The close button of the tab
    "Show_tab_close_buttons": true,

    // Show folders in the side bar in bold
    // Display the folder in the sidebar
    "Bold_folder_labels": false.

    // OS X 10.7 only: Set to true to disable Lion style full screen support.
    // Sublime Text must be restarted for this to take effect.
    // Open full screen for OS X 10.7
    "Use_simple_full_screen": false,

    // OS X only. Valid values are true, false, and "auto". Auto will enable
    // the setting when running on a screen 2880 pixels or wider (i.e., a
    // Retina display). When this setting is enabled, OpenGL is used to
    // accelerated drawing. Sublime Text must be restarted for changes to take
    // effect.
    // For OS X, use OpenGL to draw, need to restart
    "Gpu_window_buffer": "auto",

    // Valid values are "system", "enabled" and "disabled"
    // Delay the scroll bar
    "Overlay_scroll_bars": "system",

    // Application Behavior Settings

    // Exiting the application with hot_exit enabled will cause it to close
    // immediately without prompting. Unsaved modifications and open files will
    // be preserved and restored when next starting.
    // Closing a window with an associated project will also close the window
    // without prompting, preserving unsaved changes in the workspace file
    // alongside the project.
    // Hot exit! Exit will not be prompted to save the file, but directly out
    "Hot_exit": true,

    // remember_open_files makes the application start up with the last set of
    // open files. Changing this to false will have no effect if hot_exit is
    // true
    // Memory before opening the file
    "Remember_open_files": true,

    // OS X only: When files are opened from finder, or by dragging onto the the
    // dock icon, this controls if a new window is created or not.
    // Always open the file in a new window for OS X.
    "Open_files_in_new_window": true,

    // OS X only: This controls if an empty window is created at startup or not.
    / / Open the program when the new window for OS X.
    "Create_window_at_startup": true,

    // Set to true to close windows as soon as the last file is closed, unless
    / / There's a folder open within the window. This is always enabled on OS X,
    // changing it here will not modify the behavior.
    // When there is no file, close the program for Windows
    "Close_windows_when_empty": false,

    // Show the full path to files in the title bar.
    // On OS X, this value is overridden in the platform specific settings, so
    // you'll need to place this line in your user settings to override it.
    // Absolute path is displayed in the title bar
    "Show_full_path": true,

    // Shows the Build results panel when building. If set to false, the Build
    // Results can be shown via the Tools / Build Results menu.
    "Show_panel_on_build": true,

    // Preview file contents when clicking on a file in the side bar. Double
    // clicking or editing the preview will open the file and assign it a tab.
    // Preview the file in the sidebar
    "Preview_on_click": true,

    // folder_exclude_patterns and file_exclude_patterns control which files
    // are listed in folders on the side bar. These can also be set on a per-
    // project basis.
    // What files will be shown on the sidebar
    "Folder_exclude_patterns": [ ".svn", ".git", ".hg", "CVS"],
    "File_exclude_patterns": [ "* .pyc", "* .pyo", "* .exe", "* .dll", "* .obj", "*. O", "* .a", "*. * .idb "," .DS_Store "," * .db "," * .dc "," * .sdf "," * .suo " "* .class", "* .psd", "* .db"],
    // These files will still show up in the side bar, but will not be included in
    // Goto Anything or Find in Files
    "Binary_file_patterns": [ "* .jpg", "* .jpeg", "* .png", "* .gif", "* .ttf", "* .tga", "* .dds", "*. Ico "," * .eot "," * .pdf "," * .swf "," * .jar "," * .zip "],

    // List any packages to ignore here. When removing entries from this list,
    // a restart may be required if the package contains plugins.
    / / Delete the plug-in you want to ignore, you need to restart
    "Ignored_packages": [ "Vintage"]

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