Hi guys, especially the dev team behind Atom Editor. So far I am loving Atom because it makes me feel at home than the other editors. Couple suggestions, if I may.
- What if the Atom Editor overrides the keybinding when the grammar is set to GitHub Markdown (or any Markdown), say CMD+B to render the text to bold, CMD+I to italicize, etc etc. I think it is handy if Atom behaves that way because writing in Markdown becomes less painful with text-style keybinding (e.g. as in the TextMate and and Ghost CMS editor).
Permanent soft-wrap toggle. When I am writing in Markdown, I turn on the soft-wrap. Usually when I close the Atom (CMD+Q) and then open it again, I need to re-enable the soft wrap, as in the soft wrap is enabled for a session only. Of course this is not a big issue, but the slight annoyance can sometimes be the thing that makes an editor less attractive (or it just me?).
SSH feature. I noticed that few people already talked about this: the ability for Atom to edit files remotely. I’ve seen a package accomplishes this by having a terminal inside Atom, or some workaround with SSHFS, but I think for Atom to have such ability natively, it would be a damn killer feature. My idea is that Atom has its own SSH client (and explorer). An integrated terminal would be awesome too.
If there are alternatives to the said suggestions, please let me know. I may have missed some important details. Thanks guys!