Reloads all syntax definitions, themes, and code completions from the
Local Files/#Textastic folder.
This is necessary if you want to use new custom syntax definitions, themes, and code completions.
ee Adding Custom Syntax Definitions, Themes, and Templates and Reload Customizations for more details.
- Getting Started
By default, Textastic creates the
GettingStarted.textasticfile at launch. If you delete that file or if you manually disable this setting, the file won’t be created anymore.