Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.

rubicscube 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Would be good to have simple working sets in a project. Such as additional list in the sidebar between OPEN FILES and FOLDERS. That would ease navigation through dependent files. Could look like that: DEFAULT view (default), Language, Connections and etc. Default view would remain it's state dynamically while others not and will have to be defined.
Brennon Loveless 5 years ago 0
Ability to select which side of the screen the file browser is loaded on either the left or the right. I prefer mine on the right. I assume this would coincide with the ability to change the side of the window that the minimap is on.
-2 5 years ago 0

Even if I have "match_brackets": true, in my Preferences, pairs of brackets are not highlighted when they are inside quotes.

That scenario is rather usual in XSL, such as:

<value-of select="concat('foo',substring-after('foobar','foo'))"/>
Κώστας Καραχάλιος 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 2
When initiating a snippet (eg def<tab> in a Ruby file), the autocompletion with the tab key does work properly (instead, it triggers inside the snippet).

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Khalis Totorkulov 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
If I try Ctrl+Up or Down on a line to which code block was folded it does something strange.
Expected behavior would be to move that line Up or Down, while it is still folded.
Alexander Elisenko 6 years ago 0

It would be great if the syntax highlighting for HTML tags could differentiate between tags. For example have all the HTML tags associated with forms in a different color then the rest of the tags for easy code browsing.

Chris Guilbeau 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Jethro Flanagan 5 years ago 0

Any changes in the default preferences don't actually occur in that file, but are automatically pasted through to the user preferences. This saves on copy/paste time, helps new users deal with how the preference system works, and can automate copying comments through, too.

e.g. editing 

"font_size": 10, to "font_size": 12, in the defaults will actually add that change to user preferences, while leaving the default as it was. 

It would be helpful to have a small tooltip or something similar notifying the user of this.