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

Peter Lyons 5 years ago • updated 5 years ago 0
Optionally display the keyboard shortcut and/or tab index for each tab. ⌘1 ⌘2 ⌘3, etc. iTerm2 has this. It's hard to visually guess if a tab is number 6 or 7.
aristidesfl 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 4 years ago 5

The first time I've seen this improvement was in IntelliJ IDE.

If nothing is selected, make the Copy command (super+c) copy the entire line.

The same goes for the Cut command (super+x).

Jon Skinner 6 years ago
It has always done this in Sublime Text
Ryan Jelks 5 years ago • updated by Rob Cowie 5 years ago 1
It would be cool if we could navigate to View > Todo List

and that would show us a summary of all lines of code marked with a TODO comment
Andy Triggs 5 years ago • updated 5 years ago 0
Perhaps combine the 32 bit and 64 bit versions into one package - I run it from my Dropbox on multiple machines.
Indy 6 years ago • updated by Oktay Acikalin 6 years ago 1
Whenever a new file is opened, it should use the syntax of the last opened file.

The reason is that mostly one is working with a particular language. And in that case, creating a new file is usually for that language.
spark010 6 years ago • updated by atomi 5 years ago 4
Firstly can I just say what a superb editor Sublime is! Very impressive indeed. :D

Q: Are there any plans to support EXT JS 3/4 and CFML(Coldfusion)?
cz 6 years ago • updated by Tom Scott 5 years ago 3
Let user optionally choose to use Ruby instead of Python for the ctrl+~ console.
Chris Hulbert 6 years ago • updated by Richard Hurt 6 years ago 3
A shortcut to re-indent your code intelligently like ctrl+K,D does in Visual Studio, and Eclipse does.
asmodai 6 years ago • updated by ybakos 6 years ago 1
Having both ST 1.4 and ST2 alpha pinned on my taskbar in Windows 7 is not helped by the fact that the icon for ST2 is indistinguishable from ST1. Some hint in the icon that it's 2 would help those of us who run them side-by-side.
Kevin Menard 5 years ago • updated 5 years ago 0
It'd be great if Sublime Text 2 had a way of adding itself to the desktop menu entries list on Linux systems.  The JetBrains tools do this, for example, and it makes it a lot easier to launch the app.