Bookmarker: Plugin for Coda Bookmarks

Ever wish you could leave a bookmark on your code? And no, I’m not just talking about adding comments like “TODO” or “REMOVE” but actual bookmarks. Well, it turns out that our favorite text editor, Coda of course, provides a syntax for adding bookmarks to your code. While this is a very nice feature, there is no easy way to add a bookmark to your code other than remembering the syntax and typing it manually. That’s where I come in, I have written a little plugin that will let you add bookmarks at the press of a button! Well, three keys, but who is counting.

How it works

  1. Download and install the plugin.
  2. Open any supported file type.
  3. Select that the text you wish to bookmark—or, none at all, the plugin will simply insert an empty bookmark—and hit command + shift + k.
  4. Done! A bookmark should no be visible on the Code Navigator panel.

Don’t blame me!

The obligatory feel free to use but don’t yell at me if something goes horribly wrong, although it shouldn’t. If Coda supports bookmarking syntax for your file type but Bookmarker is not doing the trick, leave a comment below with the file extension and I will be sure to add it to plugin.