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File ChangeLog.txt

-Ver 1.0
+Ver 2.5
+========
+
+Major update! QuickRef now supports both ST2 and ST3 from the same package.
+
+Ver 2.1
 =======
 
-First release!
+Rablador presents: QuickRef for Sublime Text 3!
+Note: The two versions of QuickRef are not interchangeable. You need the correct build for the version of Sublime Text that you are using.
+ST2: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref
+ST3: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref-st3
 
-Ver 1.05
-========
+New features (QuicRef for ST3)
+------------------------------
+All the features from QuickRef for Sublime Text 2 :).
 
-Fixed bug that made alphabetical sorting not work as intended in all cases.
-Added setting to sort commands alphabetically or in the order that they are added to the settings file.
+New features (QuicRef for ST2/ST3)
+----------------------------------
+Show update "splash" item in command list when QuickRef is updated.
 
-Ver 1.06
+Ver 2.05
 ========
 
-Temporarily fixed bug where missing setting in user's settings file results in QuickRef not loading. Proper fix in next update.
+Announcement
+------------
+Working on a port for Sublime Text 3. Stay tuned!
+
+New features
+------------
+Favourites now being moved to the to of the list without "sort_alphabetically" set to "true".
+
+Ver 2.0
+=======
+
+Major release! Users may now filter out favourite commands right from the command palette.
+
+New features
+------------
+Add/remove favourites mode
+How to:
+1. Use a keyboard shortcut (eg. `alt+shift+p` on Windows) to bring up the QuickRef command palette in add/remove favourites mode.
+2. Simply select the command you want to mark and immediately see it get pefixed with a (*). If "Sort alphabetically" is on, all favourites will be displayed at the top of the list.
+
+Show favourites
+Show favourite commands in the QuickRef command palette. Favourites will be displayed at the top of the list with a prefixed (*).
+
+Error messages
+Now showing error messages when QuickRef is seriously misbehaving (no more guessing who's doing it wrong).
+
+Ver 1.6
+=======
+
+New features
+------------
+Command contexts
+Show contexts for commands. They will be displayed in parenthesis after a command.
+
+Remove duplicate contexts
+Remove commands with duplicate contexts and thereby reduce potentially superfluous items.
 
 Ver 1.5
 =======
 Proper fix of bug from version 1.06.
 Fixed path not working in OSX (made QuickRef not start at all!).
 
-Ver 1.6
-=======
-
-New features
-------------
-Command contexts
-Show contexts for commands. They will be displayed in parenthesis after a command.
-
-Remove duplicate contexts
-Remove commands with duplicate contexts and thereby reduce potentially superfluous items.
-
-Ver 2.0
-=======
-
-Major release! Users may now filter out favourite commands right from the command palette.
-
-New features
-------------
-Add/remove favourites mode
-How to:
-1. Use a keyboard shortcut (eg. `alt+shift+p` on Windows) to bring up the QuickRef command palette in add/remove favourites mode.
-2. Simply select the command you want to mark and immediately see it get pefixed with a (*). If "Sort alphabetically" is on, all favourites will be displayed at the top of the list.
-
-Show favourites
-Show favourite commands in the QuickRef command palette. Favourites will be displayed at the top of the list with a prefixed (*).
+Ver 1.06
+========
 
-Error messages
-Now showing error messages when QuickRef is seriously misbehaving (no more guessing who's doing it wrong).
+Temporarily fixed bug where missing setting in user's settings file results in QuickRef not loading. Proper fix in next update.
 
-Ver 2.05
+Ver 1.05
 ========
 
-Announcement
-------------
-Working on a port for Sublime Text 3. Stay tuned!
-
-New features
-------------
-Favourites now being moved to the to of the list without "sort_alphabetically" set to "true".
+Fixed bug that made alphabetical sorting not work as intended in all cases.
+Added setting to sort commands alphabetically or in the order that they are added to the settings file.
 
-Ver 2.1
+Ver 1.0
 =======
 
-Rablador presents: QuickRef for Sublime Text 3!
-Note: The two versions of QuickRef are not interchangeable. You need the correct build for the version of Sublime Text that you are using.
-ST2: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref
-ST3: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref-st3
-
-New features (QuicRef for ST3)
-------------------------------
-All the features from QuickRef for Sublime Text 2 :).
-
-New features (QuicRef for ST2/ST3)
-----------------------------------
-Show update "splash" item in command list when QuickRef is updated.
+First release!

File InThisVersion.txt

-Ver 2.1
-=======
+Ver 2.5
+========
 
-Rablador presents: QuickRef for Sublime Text 3!
-Note: The two versions of QuickRef are not interchangeable. You need the correct build for the version of Sublime Text that you are using.
-ST2: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref
-ST3: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref-st3
-
-New features (QuicRef for ST3)
-------------------------------
-All the features from QuickRef for Sublime Text 2 :).
-
-New features (QuicRef for ST2/ST3)
-----------------------------------
-Show update "splash" item in command list when QuickRef is updated.
+Major update! QuickRef now supports both ST2 and ST3 from the same package.
 
 
 
 =====
-For complete change log, see menu: Preferences -> Package Settings -> QuickRef -> Change Log
+For complete change log, see menu: Preferences -> Package Settings -> QuickRef -> Change Log
+For complete readme, see menu: Preferences -> Package Settings -> QuickRef -> ReadMe
-# QuickRef #
+# QuickRef
 
-Having a hard time remembering your favourite commands and key bindings in Sublime Text 2? QuickRef gives you instant access to all of them from the easy-to-use command palette!
+Having a hard time remembering your favourite commands and key bindings in Sublime Text? QuickRef gives you instant access to all of them from the easy-to-use command palette!
 
 All OS:s supported!
 
 Works for both Sublime Text 2 & 3!
 
-* Note: The two versions of QuickRef are not interchangeable. You need the correct build for the version of Sublime Text that you are using.
+Installation
+------------
 
-## Installation
----------------
+**Package Control**  
+Easiest and quickest way to install is through Package Control:  
+[http://wbond.net/sublime\_packages/package\_control](http://wbond.net/sublime\_packages/package\_control)
 
-#### Package Control (ST2 only for now)
-Easiest and quickest way to install is through Package Control: http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control
-
-#### Git (ST2 & ST3)
-Clone the repository into your Sublime Text 2/3 "Packages" directory.
-
-* ST2: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref
-* ST3: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref-st3
-
-#### Download (ST2 & ST3)
-Download the latest source from this repository and copy the QuickRef folder to your Sublime Text 2/3 "Packages" directory.
+Overview
+--------
 
-* ST2: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref
-* ST3: https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref-st3
+QuickRef lets you keep track of every key binding you can think of, anytime and anywhere from a convenient command pallette. You can customize the bahavious in a multitude of ways and include commands that are not in the default keymap, or you simply go with that Sublime Text provides for you.
 
-## Usage
---------
+Usage
+-----
 
 #### Basic
 * Use a keyboard shortcut (eg. `alt+p` on Windows) to bring up the QuickRef command palette.
 1. Use a keyboard shortcut (eg. `alt+shift+p` on Windows) to bring up the QuickRef command palette in add/remove favourites mode.
 2. Simply select the command you want to mark and immediately see it get moved to the top of the list and pefixed with a (*).
 
-## Features
------------
+Features
+--------
 
 #### Hardcore mode
 Hardcore mode will not allow you to run any commands from the command palette, thus forcing you to remember them instead.
 #### Remove duplicate contexts
 Remove commands with duplicate contexts and thereby reduce potentially superfluous items.
 
-## About
+Feedback
 --------
 
-QuickRef is created and maintained by Rablador. The code is free. As in do whatever you like with it.
+Feedback on QuickRef is highly appreciated. Please direct all your feedback, questions, suggestions etc to the issue tracker here:
+[https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref/issues](https://bitbucket.org/rablador/quickref/issues)
+
+About
+-----
+
+QuickRef is created and maintained by Rablador. The code is free.