Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, html and prose. Slick user interface and extraordinary features, such as Minimap, Multiple Selection, Python Plugins, Code Snippets, and more. Fully customizable key bindings, menus and toolbar. TextMate themes and snippets are also supported. It support anything a programmer might need, with simple interface and any key combination binding. Regular expression search and replace are also supported.
- Keyboard input while dragging a selection will cancel the drag
- Improved backspace behavior when use_tab_stops and translate_tabs_to_spaces are true
- Improved shift+drag behavior
- Improved double click drag select behavior
- About Window shows the license key details
- Fixed a Goto Anything issue where pressing backspace could scroll the overlay incorrectly
- Fixed a crash triggered by double clicking in the Goto Anything overlay
- Fixed incorrect window position when dragging a tab in some scenarios
- Added missing toggle_preserve_case command
- Word_wrap setting accepts "true" and "false" as synonyms to true and false
- OSX: Fixed System Preferences menu not working
- Linux: Added support for mice with more than 5 buttons
- Linux: Fixed an occasional graphical glitch when running under Unity
Reviewing 2.0 Build 2165 Beta (Jan 12, 2012)
I *did* pay for this beta, when it was still an alpha. I *did* replace Notepad++ by it and, since it supports Vim emulation, I even don't touch my GVim too often anymore.
This *is* a beta, but it is worth every cent. Lean and fast but still mighty. Notepad++ is no comparison anymore. Sometimes paying for something good pays out.
Reviewing 2.0 Build 2139 Beta (Nov 9, 2011)
My main complaint is the cost. This IS a beta after all.
I like the left hand column showing the document with a page view square over it. Very nice feature.
But really, let us at it for free and mebbe, just mebbe, we'll migrate from Notepad++. Once you have a decent userbase you can think about how, if at all, you can make money out of this.
Reviewing 2.0 Build 2139 Beta (Nov 8, 2011)
Can you say crap?
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