My cheat sheet for using the Atom editor with the FoldingText package. See official doc at https://jessegrosjean.gitbooks.io/foldingtext-for-atom-user-s-guide/content/editing.html
- Must choose File » New Outline and save as .ftml, to create an outline.
- Hyperlink: Cmd-Shift-K
- All sorts of formatting: Cmd-Shift-P “Outline Editor: Toggle”
- Edit tags: t (or Cmd-Shift-t in Text Mode)
- Fold all to a given level: Edit » Folding
- Toggle fold: Cmd-period (or just period, if not in Text Mode)
- Toggle “complete” tag: Ctrl-space (or just Space, if not in Text Mode)
- Toggle priority: digits 1-9
- Indent: Tab
- Outdent: Shift-tab
- New line: Enter
- Fold: Click the triangle
- Unfold: Click the triangle
- Move: Drag the triangle (hold Option to copy instead of move). Hold Ctrl while dropping (not dragging) to copy a hyperlink back to the original. (Can link across files.)
- Enter Text Mode: press i or a or left/right arrow key or click where you want.
- Exit Text Mode: press Esc.
- Get full list of commands: Cmd-shift-P and type “outline editor”
- Focus on children: Cmd-Opt-Down
- Unfocus: Cmd-Opt-Up
- Filter by text: Cmd-F, then type string to match. Search syntax is at https://jessegrosjean.gitbooks.io/foldingtext-for-atom-user-s-guide/content/appendix_a_search_syntax.html
- Filter by tag: Click on a tag or use Cmd-F and search for the tag text (e.g. #mytag)
- Command-B to bold text.
- Command-I to italicize text.
- Command-U to underline text.
- Command-Shift-K to insert and edit links.
- Control-C to clear text formatting.
- Text mode: When a line is selected, you can’t change the text. You enter “text mode” to get an i-beam cursor.
- Focus: Show me just the children of this row.
- Filter levels is funky. This shows up most often if you put a “complete” status on a parent and filter for “not @status = complete”, and it will show you the complete parent if a child is incomplete.