A while ago I wrote what ended up being a very simple macro that takes the last word you typed, tried to find a matching Snippet in your toolbox, and inserts it. This was something of an homage to TextMate's macro/bundle system and although it isn't quite as cool ( no tabbing between markers ) it has ened up being quite useful for me personally, so much so that I get quite frustrated if I am using Komodo without it and the large library of snippets I have accumulated along the way.
I find it interesting that Komodo seems 'customizable enough', meaning that although I may find the stock config a little frustrating, I can tweak it to my liking now quite easily. Here is a list of my personal must-have tweaks:
1. install 'trigger'* and 'bracemagic'** macros into toolbox, to hot-rod the editor a bit.
2. go into prefs
a) Editor: enable 'show line numbers'
b) Editor / Key Bindings: create new scheme, and map 'incremental Search' to 'Meta+/' to behave as closely as possible like Firefox or vim.
c) Editor / Smart Editing: enable 'Use tab character to complete words'. Awesome!
3. still in Prefs, go to Fonts and Colors and choose the 'medium' scheme
4. Languages / HTML, set WAI Accessibility conformance level to 'Off'
...ahh, much better.
I used to have to fiddle more with PHP configuration, and I had to manually add *.module as a php file type until I got Trent to add it in by default. On linux i used to always have to muck around with the color schemes, so I fixed that by adding more scheme choices and sane Linux font settings. So Komodo 4.0 actually fixes a lot of past nitpicks of mine.
What do you do? Do you run a stock Komodo, Vi mode, Emacs bindings? Any weird color schemes or key-bindings? Any macros?